Cyber Crime 2014: More Attacks, More Boardroom Scrutiny

The number of data breaches experienced and reported is expected to increase in 2014, and that means even the most sophisticated corporations will encounter continuing challenges in managing their data supply chains, two reports released Tuesday said.

Reports from security firms Kroll and Experian paint a picture of greater threats to come next year — along with more scrutiny from corporate boards into how C-suite executives are managing and protecting their data pipelines from problems that could lead to regulatory penalties, shareholder lawsuits and reputational damage.

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