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Interview: Open Banking Opens Customer Data to Third Parties

In open banking, customer data is securely exposed to third-party providers via application program interfaces The post Interview: Open Banking Opens Customer Data to Third Parties appeared first on Radware Blog ...
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Is It Ethical To Buy Breached Data?

Research that’s done on malicious breaches of data presents a unique conundrum for the security professionals who are doing the investigating: should access to sets of breached raw data become available to ...
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Getting Started With Cloud Data Protection

Warning: Businesses can get addicted to the cloud. It might start with a small experiment; just one application and no critical data. Next, scattered employees start messing around in the cloud, shadow ...
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8 Ways to Secure the COVID-19 Remote Contact Center 

The COVID-19 pandemic pushed many contact center workers out of centralized offices and into their homes. As the pandemic continues, and perhaps even after, remote work may become standard for many of ...
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DigitalOcean Accidentally Leaks Customer Data

DigitalOcean Accidentally Leaks Customer Data

DigitalOcean, a popular web-hosting platform, has started informing customers about a data leak that “unintentionally” exposed personally identifiable information online. According to a notification sent to DigitalOcean users, the incident is linked ...
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5 Ways to Enhance Customer Experience in E-commerce

E-commerce sales are projected to climb to 10% of all retail revenue for the first time by the end of 2018, with consumers expected to spend a staggering $124.1 billion over the ...
Court Rules Airline Not Bound By Privacy Policy

Court Rules Airline Not Bound By Privacy Policy

An airline’s privacy policy isn’t an enforceable contract and it can use customer data for any purpose, a California court has ruled. If a company promises it will only use your data ...
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