Weekly News Recap – January 05 -11


Could the US adopt its own version of GDPR?


German data breach prompts calls for improved online security


Marriott data breach exposed unencrypted information from millions of passports

Hackers made off with passport and other information from millions of customers who stayed at Starwood branded hotels, and much of the data was unencrypted, making it highly vulnerable to fraudulent use, the New York Times reports...


GDPR: 6-month health check

While the implementation of GDPR falls heavily on all aspects of business, key pieces will need direct input from marketing teams, as they have first-hand knowledge of, and interaction with, customers


Stay Awake During Data Breach Fatigue

Fear always passes, and once it passes, it’s often replaced by fatigue. On an individual, biological level, anxiety drives the sympathetic nervous system into overdrive. Stress hormones surge. But there is an energy cost to repeatedly putting the body on high alert and a crash is inevitable…


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9 thoughts on “Weekly News Recap – January 05 -11

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