By now it is old news. Everyone has heard about the Marriott data breach. The headlines told the story: “GDPR May Add Up to $915M Marriott’s Data Breach Expenses,” proclaimed Forbes in a headline; “New Year, new tactics to keep your personal info safe after Marriott,” said the Los Angeles Times; “Marriott: Hackers accessed more than 5 million passport numbers,” stated The Washington Post.
And, it wasn’t really even Marriott—at least, not when it started. However, even suggesting that we can identify when the breach was initiated is a tenuous supposition. Perhaps the most frightening aspect of the entire debauched state of affairs is that no one truly knows who has the data and what they intend to do with it.
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