Cybersecurity Experts Weigh In On Jan. 28 Data Privacy Day
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Cybersecurity Experts Weigh In On Jan. 28 Data Privacy Day

“Protecting data privacy should be a board-level priority for all organizations. Understanding both legal and operational requirements should not be passed over quickly as the devil is in the details on these matters. Companies should post privacy statements and consumers should read them to determine if the company’s policies are sufficient to protect their information and rights. Noting, this goes well beyond just reading a cookies banner. If these statements are not clear or complete, it may be wise to seek out suppliers that maintain proper levels of security and rights administration.” – Carolyn Crandall, Attivo Networks CMO

 

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