40% of security professionals told not to report data breach

11/04/2023 | The Register

The Bitdefender 2023 Cybersecurity Assessment reveals that a disturbing number of organisations are willing to ignore data breach reporting obligations to avoid legal and financial penalties. The (relatively small) survey of around 400 IT and security professionals working in companies with 1,000+ employees in the US, EU, and UK indicates more than 40% of respondents were told not to report security incidents. A third of that 40% complied with the instruction. 

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