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Seasoned executive/attorney to oversee data acquisition, compliance and vendor management Atlanta (PRWEB) April 21, 2011 L2C, Inc., a leader in delivering advanced consumer intelligence solutions, announced today that Keri McKeone has joined the company as vice president of data strategy.
PHOENIX, Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Merchants Information Solutions has named Jim Collins as their new Vice President of Sales & Marketing.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., May 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Boca Raton data guru Hank Asher has countersued LexisNexis and parent European conglomerate Reed Elsevier, charging that their lawsuit against him is a sham filed to sustain their monopoly on database searching.
Interactive marketing services company Acxiom has reported a 72% increase in net income to $16m for the second quarter 2009, against $9.2m a year ago, on revenue down 6% at $329m. Operating income during the quarter increased 89% to $34.3m, while diluted EPS increased 82% to $0.20.
U.S. businesses, universities and government agencies have reported more thefts of personal data so far this year than in all of 2007, a report says.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - ChoicePoint Inc. has agreed to pay $15 million to settle charges that it failed to adequately protect consumers' personal financial information, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission said on Thursday.
By Caroline Drees, Security Correspondent WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Internal Revenue Service said on Monday it found no breaches of private taxpayer and bank account information after a report last year said unauthorized people may have accessed the data. The U.S.
As U.S. lawmakers mull how to cure the blight of identity theft, privacy advocates suggest they look overseas, where tighter controls on personal data and credit cards make such fraud far less common. Few experts believe other nations' data privacy laws are directly applicable to the United States, but other countries' approaches could be instructive.
Criminals may have breached computer files containing the personal information of 310,000 people, a tenfold increase over a previous estimate of how much data was stolen from information broker LexisNexis, the company's parent said Tuesday.
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