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Data Breach Wars

By Rich

On Monday I’m giving a presentation on data breaches at the SANS Encryption Summit (only a couple of hours after I keynote the DLP Summit).

I decided to have a little fun, and created a Star Wars opening crawl listing every public data breach in the Attrition.org database since 2000. Needless to say, it gets a little more crowded after 2005 (when people started reporting under California S.B. 1386, even though it went into effect in July of 2003).

It’s over 6 minutes long, which even George Lucas wouldn’t subject an audience to.

And if you’re down at the event, drop me a line…

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Loved it. Can’‘t wait for "The Credit Card Empire Strikes Back"

By Gary


Well, it isn’‘t as good as your Rothman impersonation, but I was amused.

By rmogull


That, my friend, is freaking brilliant!

/Hoff

By Christofer Hoff


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