Monday, November 24, 2008

 

Why many enterprises disrespect customers and their personally identifiable information...

We read on an almost daily basis how corporations are losing data. Regulators are struggling to do what is right for the public but are afraid to address the root cause. In many situations, clueless management has reduced the essence of the Internet to a beauty contest, and view visitors to their site as a grab bag of personal information to be snatched and misused.

Isn't the answer apparent that this cannot be solved by simply rolling out and measuring process? What if we had metrics to measure the humanity of a corporation, would things get better? Transparency is needed to gain control of lost data. Imagine if project managers who usually are at the root cause of bad software and their decisions to skip security and make it secondary in order to hit a date were now made publicly available...




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