[thelist] Sensitve information on the web

Martin Burns martin at easyweb.co.uk
Sat Nov 6 05:21:07 CDT 2010

On 5 Nov 2010, at 06:05, Mohan Arun wrote:

> The idea is that once you start storing SSNs in a database you own,
> you also open yourself up to legal responsibility to take due
> diligence practices to protect SSNs from known casual hacking methods.
> This can be more expensive than 'write on form and mail in'.

Very true, and also true for *any* sensitive data.

Some of that leads to some heavy duty requirements, particularly payment card data.


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