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NEW YORK - Nov. 8, 2018 - Amzeal -- Cybercrime is trending. (and that's not a good thing) The cascade of records breached is in the billions. MyHeritage, 92 million records; Under Armour, 150 million records; Exactis, 340 million records; Cathay Airways Pacific, 9.4 million records, Panera Bread, 37 million records. And the list goes on and on. Between 2018 and 2023 criminal data breaches are expected to grow at a rate of 22.5% per year.

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