Tag Archives: personally identifiable information

Is CaaS the solution for privacy and security in the SaaS world?

Companies are under tremendous pressure to reduce IT costs. Cloud and Software as a Service (SaaS) offer significant potential cost reductions through the use of shared infrastructure and standardized software offerings. However, there are often significant concerns if the service or application stores or processes Personally Identifiable Information, important intellectual property, other sensitive information, the … Continue Reading

Objections To Radioshack’s Sale of Customer Data Cause Static In Advance of Auction

Uncertainty will hang over the upcoming bankruptcy auction of RadioShack’s intellectual property, franchise infrastructure, and customer data pending resolution of an ongoing struggle between RadioShack and several states’ attorneys general concerning the proposed sale of customer data. As previously reported, RadioShack plans to auction personally identifiable information (PII) collected from more than 70 million customers. … Continue Reading
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