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Fair Isaac’s myFico.com:  Case Study of Privacy Transparency (February 1, 2007)
If you ask a hundred people what privacy means to them, it’s likely that not a single one of them will say “transparency” or “openness,” core principles embedded in privacy laws from the Yukon to Down Under. But ask those same people if they’d like to know what makes up their credit score, and all 100 will raise their hands. This disconnect has lent itself to one of the most unique case studies in the privacy arena. Within a generation, the FICO credit score has acquired enormous influence in American life, determining what interest rates...
The Insider Threat:  Washington AG Tackles Risks From Within (February 1, 2007)
For all the concern about the privacy perils associated with online information theft, most of the recent large-scale issues have stemmed from the workplace. Increasingly the most pervasive threat has proven to be so-called insiders who wreak havoc from within. In response to these damaging thefts, Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna has endeavored to better educate employers and consumers. Among other things, he seeks bulked-up privacy/security legislation and more...
Greetings! (February 1, 2007)
Companies have the ability to set themselves apart with proactive efforts to involve consumers in decision-making that directly involves them. Transparency is one way companies have fostered loyalty and inspired confidence among customers – a clear advantage over competitors reluctant to embrace the same approach. Other companies are dedicated to ...