More than 54,000 leaked customer service calls of Colombian financial-services provider Filialcoop variably include customer names, addresses, and numbers said in confidence.
DriveSavers isn’t divulging what its “proprietary technology” is or how it works. It is saying, however, that it won’t use its tech to help law enforcement agencies carry out search warrants.
When consumer-facing companies don’t take reports of data leaks seriously, customers become exposed to financial fraud and identity theft as in the recent Panera Bread incident.
Is there a viable platform model that monetizes data and also meets data autonomy standards? Columnist Nathan Parker writes about the approach he’s taking with MakerNet.
They recently earned five-star ratings in customer privacy protection. But the data Uber and Lyft collect is attractive to government agencies, insurance companies, and hackers alike.