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How to handle the legal implications of a data breach
Running a business today is not the same as it was several years ago. With technology picking up by the minute, business people now have multiple choices of digital solutions that can help them manage payroll, human resources, customers and even finances efficiently, but they have also opened up more avenues for irresponsible parties to exploit. Any organization holding personal data has a duty to ensure it’s protected, but with cyber threats evolving everyday, even the strongest defences have flaws. What is a data breach? A data breach is the unauthorized acquisition or “exfiltration” of unencrypted private information– that’s any information that can be used to identify a person, such as name, account number, credit or debit card number, biometric data, usernames, security questions and answers, email addresses, and passwords.
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