Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Study: Data Breaches Erode Customer Trust

A survey of 3,000 UK consumers found only about one in 10 felt large organizations could protect their personal data.

This high level of distrust applied to every sector that holds their data. Respondents' views were influenced by the many breaches they'd heard about.

"Consumer tolerance for data loss is at an all-time low."
- Network World
The study suggested "the decline in data trust must be countered." Such organizational efforts can include proactive detection of data theft by insiders with low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
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(a) Data breaches have eroded consumer faith in security, Fujitsu finds - www.NetworkWorld,12/06/2013

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