Companies that lose sensitive information should be punished, say UK consumers

brossi writes:

UK consumers have called for tougher punishments for companies that lose sensitive information.

The vast majority of the 1,000 UK consumers surveyed in a OnePoll study for LogRhythm said not enough is being done to uniformly penalize organisations that suffer data loss.

Furthermore, two-thirds of respondents said there should be legislation forcing organisations to declare data breaches.

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