ChoicePoint details data breach lessons

Tuesday, 12 June 2007, 3:51 PM EST

Few companies know as well as ChoicePoint the consequences of failing to secure the personal information of consumers.

A provider of information used in background checks, ChoicePoint was involved in a data breach more than two years ago that compromised the records of 163,000 people -- but has since transformed itself into what one analyst called a “role model” in data security and privacy.

At NetworkWorld.

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