A massive data breach at US cloud marketing and communications outfit Epsilon may have exposed the customer e-mail addresses of some of the country's largest banks.
This is appaling and Epsilon should pay damages for this breach of trust and security. The banking system is fragile enough without clowns like this managing information on behalf of customers.
Is this not a problem that is germane to 'cloud' - an archipelago of shared services facilities?
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