Data storage has never been cheaper. But the downstream costs – data discovery, legal review and data breaches, to name just a few – have never been higher. If you don’t yet have a data remediation policy, this collection of stats, facts and references provides 92 reasons to start planning for one.
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By 2020, it is estimated the digital universe will reach 44 zettabytes (4,000 EB) of data. Source »
Total number of emails sent daily (2016): 210 billion. Source »
Eighty-nine percent of cyber-attacks involve financial or espionage motivations. Source »
The average total cost of a data breach is now $7.01 million (2016) in the US, up from $3.79 million in 2015. Source »
Median cost of e-discovery production per case (2012): $1.8 million Source »
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