Dropbox's security breach this week, and the online storage company's recent controversial changes to its terms-of-service, should be red flags for anybody who works with customer data. No matter how convenient, a data storage service is useless if it cannot guarantee the privacy of your information. The security problem started Monday at 1:54 p.m. Pacific time -- that's when the Dropbox user authentication code went haywire, allowing account access regardless of what someone entered ... [MORE]
A Cloud Without Security Is All Fluff
Law Technology News
June 22, 2011
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