Major data breaches in the healthcare, retail, entertainment, financial services and public sectors have heightened awareness in Congress and the Obama administration, with a growing sense of bi-partisanship that has brought speculation that a national data breach and data security standard could be enacted.

That is the view of risk management and security services firm Experian, which adds a large caveat in a new report: “However, obstacles remain that may make consensus just beyond the grasp of policymakers.”

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