Study finds more breaches

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Eight-five percent of organizations have experienced a data breach in the past 12 months -- up slightly from 84 percent a year ago, according to a fourth-annual encryption trends study released Monday by the Ponemon Institute and encryption vendor PGP. The study of 997 IT business managers, analysts and executives in the U.S. also found that 22 percent of organizations have experienced at least five security breaches within the past year -- a rise from 13 percent of respondents last year. — AM
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