Following a natural disaster that causes property damage to businesses and homes — say a hurricane, fire or flood — how often do you hear suggestions that the victims were at fault for their misfortune, or that they could have done something to prevent the event from occurring in the first place? Not often, right? We all know that events like that are possible. We plan around those possibilities, and we don’t blame the victims when they happen. It’s different when it comes to data breaches, though.