Getting rid of unnecessary copies of private data will help companies comply with Australia's new privacy laws, says Ground Labs, which is pitching a data discovery tool to lend a hand. Speaking to The Register ahead of the launch, Ground Labs' Stephen Cavey said the problem is that there's always going to be some kind of attack …
If I were a hacker/investigator/spy the first place I would look would be in the trash...
They already do
It is called 'dumpster diving'. Soon to be an Olympic sport.
Help or Hinder
Would it be useful to a data thief to piggy back on this tool, to show them where all the sensitive data is?
Sponsored by the NSA ?
How Secure is Ground Labs?
Who will be monitoring the Vendor to make sure "they" don't use their own product, or allow their product to be hacked and then become the Attack Vector for privacy data breaches?
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