1,938,383

records lost or stolen
every day

80,766

records lost or stolen
every hour

1,346

records lost or stolen
every minute

22

records lost or stolen
every second

Source: Breach Level Index (Gemalto)

On average,

71%

of security breaches target
small businesses, costing

$158 /record

(average cost per stolen record*)

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*Source: 2016 Cost of Data Breach Study: Global Analysis by Ponemon Institute

60%

of small firms go out
of business within

6 Months

of data breach*

*Source: National Cyber Security Alliance

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