[SecurityWeek] IBM: Average Cost of Data Breach Exceeds $4.2 Million

A global study commissioned by IBM Security shows that the average cost of a data breach exceeded $4.2 million during the coronavirus pandemic, which the company pointed out is the highest in the 17-year history of its “Cost of a Data Breach” report.

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