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FCW : April 30, 2014
BackStory 34 April 30, 2014 FCW.COM What to do about data breaches A new Government Accountability Of ce report shows a sharp rise in data breaches at agencies --- and decidedly uneven responses from one agency to the next. Reported incidents grew by 104% over ve years. Those involving personally identi able information grew even faster --- by 144% . Source: GAO s "Information Security: Federal Agencies Need to Enhance Responses to Data Breaches" report ALL INCIDENTS PII INCIDENTS FISCAL 2009 29,999 10,481 FISCAL 2010 41,776 13,028 FISCAL 2011 42,854 15,584 FISCAL 2012 48,562 22,156 FISCAL 2013 61,214 25,566 Causes vary widely... 25% NONCYBER 19% POLICY VIOLATION 16% MALWARE / MALICIOUS CODE 16% EQUIPMENT 6% SOCIAL ENGINEERING 5% SUSPICIOUS NETWORK ACTIVITY 3% PHISHING 2% IMPROPER USAGE 7% OTHER 1% DENIAL OF SERVICE 1% UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS ...and key controls are still missing. MAJOR AGENCIES THAT HAVE FULLY IMPLEMENTED: Security management 0of24 Access controls 1of24 Con guration management 0of24 Segregation of duties 6of24 Contingency planning 0of24 224,405 total incidents 86,815 total PII incidents 34.9% 31.2% 36.4% 45.6% 41.8% INCIDENTS BY CATEGORY FOR FISCAL 2013:
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