The Audit Analytics Cybersecurity database contains the disclosures and impacts of data breaches affecting public companies registered with the SEC.
- Identify companies that have experienced a data breach
- Compare level of details disclosed from company to company
- Benchmark disclosure timeframes
- Stay apprised of the impacts of a breach, including the number of records, type of information stolen, and overall costs
Cybersecurity threats are on the rise for public companies; mitigating the impact and protecting the sensitive information entrusted to them by their customer base is an important issue, and one that is of material concern to their stakeholders.
Yet public disclosures of security breaches vary widely depending on the entity making the disclosure. Requirements vary by state, country, industry, and regulatory body.
The Audit Analytics Cybersecurity database makes it easy to track cybersecurity breach disclosures across the SEC reporting universe.
Key data points include: Date of Breach | Date of Discovery | Disclosure Date | Number of Records Compromised | Type of Information Compromised | Type of Attack | Cost
|Accounting + Oversight
|SEC Filings, State Documents, and Press
|SEC Registrants (Foreign & Domestic)
|Online • Data Feed • Excel