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Customers Aren’t Happy With Their Data Security. Execs Are the Only Ones Surprised.

There's always something going on with corporate data breaches or new digital security initiatives. And those things look very different to the executives that run companies than they do to the customers who use their products and services. A new study from consulting firm Deloitte illustrates in a few stark (and kind of hilarious) stats just how varied the views are. The survey polled 2,001 American consumers and 70 consumer product executives, and the consumers were generally less positive or enthusiastic than the executives about corporate security/privacy efforts.
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