Post Tagged with: "data breach"

Photo Credit:  Marina Noordegraaf
Policy Papers / Publications

Data Breaches in Europe 2005-2014

A growing number of massive data breaches are degrading the personal privacy of people around the world. Data security and privacy policy are ongoing concerns in Europe. But it can be difficult to assess privacy breaches in Europe in particular, since many of the biggest incidents of compromised personal records […]

Photo Credit:  Marina Noordegraaf
Data / Original Data

Data Share: Data Breaches in Europe 2005-2014

Here is the raw data behind the working paper on compromised personal records in Europe.  This is the result of six months of gathering and verifying news stories of data breaches affecting people in Europe.  The report is available from the Center for Media, Data and Society website.

Data / Original Data

Data Share: Compromised Digital Records, 1980-2006

This is the event data we collected on news reports about compromised personal records from 1980-2006.  The data was used in several articles and book chapters.  While there is no formal code book we thought it was time to share the data and the best summary of our definition of […]

A Case of Mistaken Identity?  News Accounts of Hacker and Organizational Responsibility for Compromised Digital Records
Academic Articles / Publications

A Case of Mistaken Identity? News Accounts of Hacker and Organizational Responsibility for Compromised Digital Records

The computer hacker is one of the most vilified figures in the digital era, but to what degree are organizations actually responsible for compromised personal records? To examine the role of organizational behavior in privacy violations, we analyze 589 incidents of compromised data between 1980 and 2006. There were more […]