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Category Archives: Data Privacy

Report: Data Breaches Have Negative Impact on Customer Loyalty

Colloquy Sixty-five percent of adult consumers are unlikely to do business again with companies after a financial data breach, according to a global research survey from Baltimore-based data protection company SafeNet. The survey, which queried more than 4,500 adults from the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan and Australia, illustrated the effect that data breaches

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Abbott brings on mandatory data retention in Australia

By Josh Taylor @joshgnosis, ZDNet Attorney-General George Brandis confirmed that the Federal Cabinet today gave in principle support for a new regime that would force telecommunications companies to retain an as-yet-undetermined amount of customer data for up to two years to allow government agencies to access without a warrant as part of law enforcement investigations.

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Global Survey Reveals Impact of Data Breaches on Customer Loyalty

By Anina Steele, DigitalJournal.com 65 percent of adult consumers unlikely to do business again with companies after financial data breach Data breaches have a significant impact on whether a customer will interact with an organization again, according to new research from SafeNet, Inc., a global leader in data protection solutions. The global research surveyed over

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Domino’s Pizza blackmailed over mass data leak

By Juha Saarinen, Allie Coyne – itnews Updated: Over 600,000 customer records captured.   Fast food giant Domino’s Pizza has been held to ransom for €30,000 (A$43,500) after hackers stole over 600,000 customer details from a legacy platform used by the company’s European operations. A group named Rex Mundi last week claimed to have breached

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Quote of the Day

“The rapidly shifting consumer attitudes to data privacy should be ringing alarm bells in the board room of every business that’s not involved with one-to-one communications” Chris Combemale, Chief Executive, DMA

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New Privacy Study Finds 79 Percent of Customers are Willing to Provide Personal Information to a ‘Trusted Brand’

PRESS RELEASE, The Wall Street Journal Research from SDL shows consumers are concerned about the use of personal data, but yet are not taking advantage of opt-out technologies MAIDENHEAD, United Kingdom & WAKEFIELD, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 26, 2014– A majority of consumers worry about how marketers use their personal data, but 79 percent are more likely

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Hacked companies off the hook under new privacy laws

By Paris Cowan – itNEWS Commissioner releases final guidelines. The Office of the Australian Information Commission (OAIC) has confirmed it won’t hold organisations accountable for the exposure of personal information when accessed via a cyber attack, as long as the Office is satisfied with the level of security in place within the targeted systems. New

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