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Read why Erik Waxler's says that data breaches can haunt victims for years to come after they happen on ABC Action News : Sri Sridharan said … [Read more...] about Data breaches can haunt victims for years after they happen
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Data breaches and related identity theft have reached epidemic proportion. According to a recent global survey by KPMG International, for example, … [Read more...] about The GDPR: Adding Teeth to Data Privacy
A proposed settlement has been reached in the landmark Anthem data breach case, which saw the personal information of nearly 79 million people stolen … [Read more...] about Landmark $115 million settlement reached in Anthem data breach suit, consumers could feel sting
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Read Endri Hasanaj's article about what consumers think of businesses which have suffered a data breach on Consumer Think : Over the past few … [Read more...] about What Consumers Think About Businesses Post–Data Breach
Consumers are putting the responsibility for protecting their personal data in the hands of the organisations holding their data, rather than … [Read more...] about Consumers are passing off security responsibility to others: Gemalto
Read why Caroline Black says that the data breach is becoming the new normal for consumers on Dataconomy : Today, we’re more connected than ever … [Read more...] about Are Consumers Accepting Data Breaches as the New Normal?
Oh dear. It may very well be National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, but a new study suggests that many of the general public have thrown in the towel … [Read more...] about Cybersecurity is just too much trouble for the general public, claims study