Over the past few years, the high-profile data breaches that the enterprise and consumer worlds have experienced have caused, undoubtedly, a great deal of damage. But they have also offered teachable moments for the security industry as it grows to understand the ways that our rapidly advancing, tech-centered world has left us vulnerable. The point-of-sale data breaches of 2013 and 2014 were a wakeup call about the need for comprehensive security when dealing with integrations of technology and commerce. Last year’s proliferation of healthcare cloud hacks raised an ongoing debate about cloud storage and regulatory compliance. And the hack of illicit dating site Ashley Madison drove home just how personal the ramifications of data loss could be in an era in which we live much of our lives online.

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