Do you still feel safe using your credit cards at stores or banking online?
Chase announced data breach on their website. This following Home Depot reporting data breach. And last but not least we can not forget Target's data breach. So now customers are frantically monitoring their information, placing fraud alerts, and perhaps contemplating signing up for lifelock.
Why are there so many data breaches and hacking lately? Are these inside jobs carried out by technology services connected to other countries? Is the government security measures years behind technological advances?
What are your thoughts?
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