Accountability for a data breach

The blame game

A finger pointing like Lord Alan Sugar does on the BBC show The Apprentice

In March 2013 the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence named cyber risk as its top global threat. The committee said that the global system was dealing with uncertainty and doubt in the face of new and unpredictable cyber threats. The report pointed out that within the past year, there has been a denial-of-service campaign against the public websites of multiple US banks and stock exchanges, with servers being flooded with traffic, often preventing customers from accessing their accounts

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