Lynda.com, the training site of LinkedIn, was hit by a breach that exposed the user passwords of a small percentage of users, around 55,0000 accounts, according to Endgadget.
“Being breached is not a question of if but when,” Jason Hart, CTO Data Protection, Gemalto, told SC Media on Monday. “In this increasingly digital world, organizations are storing greater and greater amounts of data that has varying levels of sensitivity. At the same time, as our last Breach Level Index proved, it’s clear that data breaches are going to happen and that companies need to shift from a total reliance on breach prevention to strategies that help them secure the breach.”
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