Data Loss DB Supporters

Supporters of the Foundation range from individual donors to larger organizations, who provide us with generous financial and material support. As a public, 501(c)3 organization, the Open Security Foundation is non-profit, and without our supporters, we wouldn't have the resources to work on these initiatives. You have the thanks of the Foundation and our volunteers, as well as the information security and consumer privacy communities.

If you are interested in becoming a supporting organization or an individual supporter, please contact OSF's curators regarding available opportunities. If you are interested in contributing as an individual, please consider either making a donation from the main page, or please contact curators regarding ways you can help by donating time, effort, and ideas!

Our hats go off to those listed on this page. We appreciate your support!

Supporter Organizations

Partners

These organizations support the project via financial sponsorship, as well as contributing time and/or services. Their donations exceed typical organizational sponsorship, as do their efforts.

Rbs

Risk Based Security

Risk Based Security equips organizations with security intelligence, risk management services and on-demand security solutions to establish customized risk-based programs to address information security and compliance challenges. We provide clear guidance and ensure that organizations are able to implement the right security while making solutions affordable.

Sponsors

These organizations have contributed financially to assist the Foundation in day to day operations, as well as funding projects. Through the support and generosity of these organization, DataLossDB thrives.

Zecurion

Zecurion

Zecurion delivers award-winning enterprise security software in more than 5,000 global deployments, eliminating threats posed from internal sources – the number one cause of all data breaches. Zecurion’s internal security solutions protect information on servers, backup storage media, peripheral devices and printers, as well as e-mail, by creating a “locked-vault” around the data that monitors and prevents unauthorized access from within the network.

Collaborators

We exchange ideas and information with these organizations, and together we all strive to work towards similar goals.

Databreachesnet

DataBreaches.net

Dissent, the maintaner of DataBreaches.net has always been skilled in the arts of data breach discovery. We often find ourselves utilizing the site as a resource, and have worked with Dissent on our Primary Sources initiative as well.

Individual Supporters

Primary Benefactors

These individuals have contributed either a significant amount of time and effort, or a significant sum of money to the project, or both. These are the people whose contributions help make DataLossDB what it is.

Chris Walsh

Chris Walsh has contributed scores of primary sources. His efforts, in fact, seeded the Archive. He continues to send out Freedom of Information requests on behalf of the Open Security Foundation, and is an active point person on all matters data loss.

Adam Shostack

Adam has been an adviser and supporter of DataLossDB (and its previous incarnations) for years. His subject matter expertise and stellar analysis has made one of the first people we speak to when making decisions regarding the project.

Benefactors

These supporters have contributed financially to the Open Security Foundation. Their donations help fund operating costs of the equipment we require to host the database, as well as crunch numbers. Their contributions also help fund projects like the <a href="/primary_sources">Primary Sources Archive</a>.

Timothy E Recher

Patrick M Florer

David Reed

John D Muller

Brad Bowers

Contributors

Contributors donate their time and research efforts into improving the DataLossDB data-set. Time and effort is one of the most valuable things one can contribute to a project like this. Money can help us offset hosting and some occasional promotional costs, but the time given is actually priceless, and very much appreciated. The good people listed here have given the project a substantial amount of time and effort.

Kirniki

Kirniki has been scouring and adding new incidents since before DataLossDB existed in its current form. Her knack for digging up dirt has made her an invaluable resource to the project.

altonius

altonius has been focused on updating primary sources to help improve the project since March 2009. In that short time he has risen the rank of Legendary Researcher and is single handedly responsible for matching over a third of the primary sources! He is an extremely valuable member of the team.

Henry Brown

Mike

Whenever we need help with a mail server, or our mailing list, Mike has been able and willing to lend a hand. Hats off, sir.



If you are interested in becoming a supporting organization or an individual supporter, please contact OSF's regarding available opportunities. If you are interested in contributing as an individual, please consider either making a donation from the main page, or please contact regarding ways you can help by donating time, effort, and ideas!

Sponsored By: Rbs Zecurion
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