Think of security breach as a house break-in. If someone smashes a window and climbs into your home, that's a security breach.
If the intruder snatches your document, personal information and climbs back out of the window. That's a data breach.
Security breach happens a lot, not at your house necessarily, but in large and small organizations, a security breach can damage an organization's reputation and finances. If your data happens to get swept up in the process, it can affect you too as an individual.
Security breach and data breach can occur on a massive scale. Here are some recent high profile examples happening in Singapore alone.:
What's a security breach? A security breach occurs when an intruder gains unauthorized access to an organization's protected systems and data. Cybercriminals or malicious applications, bypass security mechanisms to reach restricted areas.
A security breach is an early stage violation that can lead to things like system damage and data loss.
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