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Majority of consumers would stop doing business with companies following data breach

Tuesday 28 November 2017 | 15:46 CET | News
A majority (70 percent) of consumers would stop doing business with a company if it experienced a data breach, according to a survey of more than 10,000 consumers worldwide conducted on behalf of Gemalto. In addition, seven in ten consumers (69 percent) feel businesses don't take the security of customer data very seriously. However, consumers are failing to adequately secure themselves, with over half (56 percent) still using the same password for multiple online accounts.

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Companies: Gemalto
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