Jack Mannino, CEO at nVisium, added that Bose should be applauded for transparency. “The hard requirement for reporting depends on many things including industry, location, compliance scope, and the breach’s impact,” he said. “Companies that are forthcoming about breaches, and demonstrate a genuine desire to harden their defenses proactively, avoid some of the scrutiny that inevitably comes when an organization attempts to construct their own narratives based on limited public information.
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