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Companies that manage personal and confidential information can suffer damage to reputation, market brand, and revenues if security is breached or inadvertent loss occurs. However, a company can combat a potential marketing disaster with an appropriate measurement and response mechanism in place. What’s the Problem? Breaches of consumer’s private information happen each year in the United States. In the fall of 2012, the state of South Carolina notified its citizens that its data bank had been hacked, compromising 3.6 million social security numbers and nearly 400,000 credit card numbers. The Privacy Rights Clearinghouse (PRC) has catalogued similar incidents, and a…

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