What's your company's privacy strategy?

Tuesday, 4 October 2005, 2:58 PM EST

With reports of security breaches undermining consumer confidence in corporate information practices, it's never been more important for companies to define a privacy strategy. Yet few do. Why? I think it's because the privacy function is still misunderstood by many companies and not seen as critical to their business strategies. But the companies that "get it" will tap into huge unmet customer demand and gradually gain a solid market advantage over their competitors.

By Jay Cline at Computerworld.

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