The GDPR Aftermath: How Lack of Real-Time Alerts Can Cost Millions

The GDPR Aftermath: How Lack of Real-Time Alerts Can Cost Millions

Content by CorreLog


Real-time mainframe alerts in your SOC from z/OS can eliminate the 191-day average

The recent Ticketmaster data breach affecting 40,000 UK users does not have the wow factor 

that the Yahoo breach of 2013-14 had (3 billion users), but it illustrates the problem with cyber 
security—time to discover breach. The Ticketmaster breach exposed customer records over a 
timeframe of about four months, with the GDPR going live in that timeframe creating a cyber 
case to watch around the globe. The fine could be £500,000 with a pre-GDPR penalty or 
£17 million with a post-GDPR one.

The average time to discover a breach in 2017 was 191 days (IBM/Ponemon 2017 breach study), 
and though the Ticketmaster breach timeframe was less than the average, we still have a glaring 
problem with breach notifications. This webinar will review the Ticketmaster breach and show how 
enterprises can reduce the average time to breach from more than six months, to minutes with the 
right tools, people and process.


Featured Speakers:


Tony Perri
Marketing & Research
CorreLog



Peter Mills
VP Product Development and Support
CorreLog



Back to Event Center

By registering, you agree to IBM Systems Media Privacy Policy: http://www.ibmsystemsmag.com/privacypolicy/
close log in form button
Log In Now Not Registered?

close register form button
  • z/OS
  • z/VM (Linux on z Systems)
  • z/VM (Not hosting Linux on z)
  • Other z Systems OS
  • IBM i
  • AIX
  • Linux on Power
  • Agree