Using real customer data in testing environments creates unnecessary risk

Data News survey Tonic.ai

A new study polling 1,000 software developers and startup employees found 29% of companies use unprotected production data (real customer data) in testing environments when testing and troubleshooting their company’s software — increasing the risk of exposure in the event of a data breach. Unprotected production data is defined as data that is not de-identified or generated synthetically, according to Tonic.ai. The study found 45% of respondents said their companies have faced a major data … More

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