Will HMRC breach cost £625 million?
Analysis: With a study showing the average cost of a data breach is £47 per record compromised, high profile public sector data losses, such as the recent CD loss at Revenue and Customs, will likely create financial woe for taxpayers.
HMRC Child Benefit Records: 625 million
HMRC and Standard Life: 825,000
Marks and Spencer: 1.5 million
Nationwide: 605 million
Skipton Financial Services: 770,000
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