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Data Display Visualizing technology The Co$t of a Breach Loss or theft of sensitive data can bleed an organization of customers, money and trust. The companywide cost of dealing with a breach has risen steadily at least since 2005, when it was $4.54 million, according to the Ponemon Institute. Its recent study pegged the average 2010 cost of a data breach in the U.S. at more than $7 million. LOST BUSINESS: 63% EX-POST RESPONSE*: 24% activities to assist victims after notification * NOTIFICATION: 7% DET ESC ECTI ALA ON TI & 6% ON: $7.24 million 2010 Cost Per Compromised Record (U.S.) o $134 $ lost business s $51 ex-post response $15 notification $13 detection and escalation $214 4 TOTAL om up from How many customers BOLT? $204 $ $20 in 2009 Abnormal churn, or the number of notified customers who take their business elsewhere, varies widely by industry. Here are 2010 rates in the U.S. $202 20 $197 in 2007 in 2008 and 8% pharmaceutical 7% healthcare 6% communications 5% services, hospitality, financial 4% consumer, industrial SOURCES: PONEMON INSTITUTE’S “2010 ANNUAL STUDY: U.S. COST OF A DATA BREACH,” MARCH 2011, “FIVE COUNTRIES: COST OF DATA BREACH,” AUGUST 2010; AND IBM X-FORCE “2010 TREND AND RISK REPORT,” MARCH 2011

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - July 2011

IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - July 2011
Table of Contents
On the Web
Editor’s Desk: Milestones
Dashboard: Commercial Space Flight - Can Your Computer Brew Coffee?- Multitool Keychain - Opinion Matters
Q&A: How IBM Reduced its Microelectronics Inventory but Elevated Service Levels
Data Display: The Cost of a Breach
Case Study: VoiceWave Saves Money for itself and its Customers with BladeCenter and Power 750 Technology.
Forward Thinking: Power and Mainframe VPs See IBM’s Past and Future on Similar Paths.
100 Icons of Progress: The Making of International Business Machines.
Focus on Storage: IBM Information Archive Automates Data Security and Management
Next: R3 Messaging Holds Promise as a Key Technology for Smarter Planet Solutions
Advertisers’ Index
IBM Perspective: 100 Years of Innovation
Snapshot: Software Architect Prefers Harmony
Reference Point
IBM 100: 10 IBMers who contributed to 100 years of success

IBM Systems Magazine, Power Systems Edition - July 2011