By most accounts, 2015 was a year of unprecedented data breaches. Several major government agencies, enterprises and consumer sites were hacked - leaking the personal information of millions onto the web.

But an initial security breach doesn’t end the vulnerability. For example, according to the data cultivated by email security firm MailChannels, spam and phishing emails to addresses stored in the Ashley Madison database - compared with the volume sent to a random sample of addresses - have increased exponentially since the hack.

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