The year 2021 heralded a record number of cyber breaches. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC), the number of publicly reported breaches surpassed the total for 2020 by the end of the third quarter. With high profile attacks hitting the headlines from the SolarWinds breach and Colonial Pipeline Company shutdown to the CNA Financial attack – where one of the largest insurance companies in the United States paid a $40 million ransom so it could continue to operate – risk and compliance have never been more paramount.   Ransomware and supply chain attacks are becoming increasingly systematic. Organizations…
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