Data breaches are all too common news these days. They are so common that sites like haveibeenpwned.com, f-secure.com and many others have gained popularity and increased activity in recent years. We’ve heard reports of an estimated 533 Million Facebook users having their data breached earlier this year, 53 Million T-Mobile customers and most recently reports of 70 Million of AT&T (US based) customers impacted by an alleged data breach. Even more alarming is the refusal to acknowledge or validate the data breach by AT&T, effectively denying an incident occurred. What happens when the custodians of our data don’t own up to being hacked? That alone tells a story of who they believe “owns” your data.