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On Key Trends in IT and Privacy

Dec 31, 20071 min
Build AutomationCSO and CISO

“In the waning days of the 20th century, privacy was more a marketing hook than an obligation, focused on customer preference and features to help companies earn a competitive edge. Privacy today is a concept more closely associated with the potential for abuse and the very real threat of inappropriate access or exposure, identity theft and fraud—with the responsibility resting squarely on the shoulders of any organization handling personal information for consumers, customers, employees or business partners.”

On sister site, Brian Tretick, executive director of Privacy Risk Advisory Services at Ernst & Young, goes on to examine the critical trends in privacy and IT in this article.