Data Breach is certainly different from data exposure… but whether the data leaves through the front door or the back door, the risks to the end user are still high and enterprises still have to take responsibility. Having secure and private defaults for the data itself provide an innermost layer of protection when configurations drift or people make mistakes. Encrypt where possible. Where you cant, consider data obfuscation. Clear text should never be an option for sensitive data.

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