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Protecting customer data and using it at the same time is sort of like having your cake and eating it too. Let’s look at how retail enterprises can get the best of both worlds without compromising the quality or integrity of either.   The future of retail revolves around the concept of the “customer concierge,” […]

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Last week’s DataWorks Summit in Berlin, attended by Protegrity, had a strong emphasis on data privacy and data protection, with GDPR core to many of the sessions. A poll in the morning keynote of day two highlighted that 15 percent of the attendees would not be ready for the May 25th deadline, with just over […]

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You find a beautiful pair of suede shoes that will look stunning with your new suit and are priced perfectly, but when you pay you’re advised to buy the ‘essential’ suede protector to keep them as-new. Or your save up for the latest smart phone and get advised to pay extra for a screen-protector for […]

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It seems like every day I read about another major retailer going out of business. Let’s look at how your retail enterprise can use customer data to avoid crashing and burning like so many others already have. For retailers to survive and thrive in the digital age, it’s necessary to become customer concierges. This means […]

The post It’s Not Only Whether You Win or Lose, it’s How You Use, and Protect, Customer Data appeared first on Protegrity.

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As Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg testifies during Congressional and Parliamentary hearings about his company’s business practices and consumers begin to wake up to the reality of how much of their personal information has been collected and mishandled, privacy researchers and developers are finally being listened to. In her New York Times article, “After Cambridge Analytica, Privacy […]

The post Privacy Pundits Finally Get Their Day in the Sun appeared first on Protegrity.

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No one said protecting the privacy of 2.2 billion people who use a public social network was going to be easy. Indeed, even Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg described the task at hand as “complicated” and “complex” while apologizing for not doing enough to protect the personal data of its users. Therefore, it should come as […]

The post Facebook Privacy Stance Proves We Need #GDPRforAll appeared first on Protegrity.

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This week we were reminded of how important it is for companies that share data with third parties to better understand the security postures of their partners and to protect their data before it’s shared. In other words, your data is only as secure as the least secure link in your supply chain. This idea […]

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After watching this video of a Singaporean Politician’s Scathing Smackdown of a Facebook Executive for Trying to Evade Questions, business leaders would be excused for believing that governments around the world are done giving companies that profit off their users’ personal data the benefit of the doubt when it comes to data privacy. The message […]

The post Could Data Regulations Actually Fuel Growth and Innovation? appeared first on Protegrity.

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Last week it was revealed that Facebook exposed data on 50 million of its users to Cambridge Analytica, a U.K.-based data analytics firm which worked for the Trump presidential campaign. With Facebook being such an integral part of the social media experiences of more than a billion people worldwide, there was a sense that this […]

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Technology is enabling an exciting revolution in the retail industry. The need to connect with customers over preferences and enhance their shopping experience is driving fascinating changes. However, these developments bring information security risks, which retailers need to address upfront if they are going to take full advantage of this change. Improving the personal experience for […]

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