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RSA released the results of its “Data Privacy & Security Survey 2019.� RSA polled 6,387 individuals from France, Germany, the U.K. and the U.S. Of those surveyed, 48 percent said they believe there are ethical ways companies can use their information. When an incident takes place that involves their information, 57 percent of respondents place the blame on the organizations rather than hackers. “With a growing number of high-profile data breaches, questions around the ethical use of data and privacy missteps, consumers increasingly want to know how their data is being collected, managed and shared,� RSA Vice President of International Nigel Ng said. “Now is the time for organizations to evaluate their growing digital risks, doubling down on customer privacy and security.�
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