-Wired Threat Level Blog, March 6, 2009 by Kim Zetter
“If you actually got it passed,” she said, “it would be a very big deal.”
-CNET News, March 6, 2009 by Elinor Mills
Of consumers who have been notified that their data may have been exposed during a data breach, 20 percent claim they ended their relationship with the company breached but the actual churn rate is less than 7 percent, said Deirdre Mulligan.
-Wired Threat Level Blog, March 9, 2009 by Kim Zetter
According to Deirdre Mulligan, a professor of information technology law and policy … a Ponemon study found that about 20 percent of respondents claimed to have terminated their relationship with a company after discovering that the company experienced a breach.