Last year was an extremely active year for data breaches, according to a new study. “The First Annual 2012 Data Privacy and Information Security Predictions” from Cyber Data-Risk Managers reported that there were 841 incidences of cyber data breaches in 2011, a 37.4-percent increase over 2010.

“Cyber breaches are not going away. It’s a threat that’s here to stay. We’re sure to see even more of an increase going forward,” says Christine Marciano, and independent cyber insurance broker and president of Cyber Data-Risk Managers.

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