RedPhoenix122: Start by pondering if customers could store their own info and provide accessThis is without a doubt the dumbest take I've ever seen. (snip)
RedPhoenix122: That's a problem, because what cannot be valued cannot be insured. A decade ago, insurers started looking at offering policies to insure data against loss. But in the absence of any methodology for valuing that data, the idea quickly landed in the "too hard" basket.Except insurers STILL DO THIS. Cybersecurity insurance is not only a thing, it's required in many industries.
brainlordmesomorph: RedPhoenix122: Start by pondering if customers could store their own info and provide accessThis is without a doubt the dumbest take I've ever seen. (snip)You're assuming a scenario where you're doing processing for them, or some larger interconnected thing.As an app dev, I stopped storing customer data years ago. They store their own data on AWS, their IT guy is responsible for security, and I log in remotely like any employee.Way simpler for me. :)
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