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Content posted in June 2005
Data Security: IT's Oxymoron
Commentary  |  6/22/2005  | 
In case you haven't noticed, the last decade in banking has been all about mergers (each one bigger than the last), big-buck CEOs, increasing fees, and decreasing access to human beings. Sure, some consumer accounts got lost or crunched in the slamming together of newlywed bank systems, but who cared? Not the regulators and not the banks.
Data Security Requires A Group Effort
Commentary  |  6/19/2005  | 
Forty ... million ... credit cards. MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express. That's enough accounts to represent roughly one card each for 19% of the U.S. population that is 18 and over.


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