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BizReport | Email Marketing January 18, 2018

Email preference centers increase consumer trust

Consumers cite email preference centers and clear privacy policies as drivers of trust that brands are handling their data properly, according to new data released by the Direct Marketing Association (DMA UK). ... >>

BizReport | Internet June 19, 2017

Cifas: Company directors particularly vulnerable to identity fraud

A study from UK fraud prevention service, Cifas, based on more than three year's of data, reveals that company directors are twice as likely as others to be victims of identity fraud. ... >>

BizReport | Research April 27, 2017

Two-thirds of US, UK consumers worried about how brands use personal data

The latest 'State of Consumer Privacy and Trust' survey has been released by identity management firm, Gigya, and it reveals that many consumers still harbor concerns. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce March 10, 2017

Security of personal data remains key concern among consumers

A global study reveals that data privacy and security continue to be the most pressing concerns for consumers online, yet a personalized experience is still in demand.... >>

BizReport | Trends & Ideas November 16, 2016

What price would you put on your online data?

A new report into consumer attitudes towards online security reveals the price people put on their digital lives and who they believe is responsible for the security of their online, and mobile, accounts.... >>

BizReport | Internet September 06, 2016

Survey prompts UK online shoppers to rethink who holds their data

A survey in the UK reveals that online shoppers are unaware of just how many organizations hold sensitive data about them. ... >>

BizReport | Advertising May 12, 2016

Poll: Personal data high on consumers watch list

When it comes to having personal information stolen during a security breach, consumer say they'd rather 'break a bone'. That according to new data from Feedzai, which also found more than half of consumers believe it is 'never acceptable' for... >>

BizReport | Trends & Ideas March 16, 2016

Internet users in UK believe cybercrime now as big a threat as offline crime

Nine out of ten people in the UK believe online crime is every bit as big a threat as offline crime, according to new research by online privacy and security firm, Vest. ... >>

BizReport | Internet February 01, 2016

72% of Brits wary of sharing personal data with brands, organizations

The decision to share personal information with brands and companies online is all about security, according to new research from Informatica. ... >>

BizReport | Loyalty Marketing September 10, 2015

Few consumers feel rewarded for providing personal data to marketers

Most consumers are happy to share personal data with brands, but very few are seeing 'special benefits' from providing this information, according to new research from marketing and loyalty analytics firm Aimia. ... >>

BizReport | Internet August 03, 2015

Personal data: Lack of trust could hinder business growth

Growth of digital services and businesses in the UK relies heavily on trust in the use of personal data, something which, according to a new study from the Digital Catapult, is currently lacking among a significant number of consumers. ... >>

BizReport | Internet May 21, 2015

Pew: Online service providers least trusted to keep personal data secure, private

More than half of people in the U.S. feel they have little to no control over their personal data online, and most do not trust the government or private businesses to protect their data, according to a new report from... >>

BizReport | Advertising April 20, 2015

Targeted ads give Internet users the creeps

Consumers feel that targeted ads that follow them around the Internet are too personal and worry how the data for such targeting was collated, according to research conducted at Ithaca College.... >>

BizReport | Law & Regulation February 24, 2015

A third of Europeans admit to providing fake personal details online

Such is the concern surrounding privacy of personal data online that a third of Europeans freely admit they provide false information when signing up for online services, according to new research from security firm Symantec.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce December 19, 2014

Security concerns cause 23% of consumers to shop less online

The convenience and cost-saving of shopping online is a draw for many shoppers, but new research from information security firm NCC Group and IDG Research Services, reveals that there is a high level of concern among many consumers about online... >>

BizReport | Internet December 08, 2014

Lax Internet users need to be reminded to change, safeguard passwords

Consumers fear being hacked and their personal information or even their identity stolen yet, according to new research, many are lax when it comes to passwords and online security.... >>

BizReport | Trends & Ideas November 13, 2014

Survey reveals Americans' lax attitude to online password management

The Federal Trade Commission receives millions of complaints each year with identity theft consistently topping the list. However, according to new research one in five Americans continue to use the same password they use for banking on a variety of... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing October 06, 2014

Study lets mobile users put value on their personal data

When mobile network Orange asked mobile users in several European countries what value they put on personal data such as their location and demographic information, the results reveal they are aware of their worth.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce October 02, 2014

Online and mobile shopping experience still failing to meet consumer expectations

Online and mobile shopping continues to fall short of consumer expectations, according to the latest shopper experience study from Cognizant, with mobiles being used more to research than shop and a reticence to share personal data via social media.... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing September 15, 2014

Apps are asking users for too much personal data and providing too little privacy information

Improvements are needed in the way mobile apps access and use users' personal data, according to a new survey by the Global Privacy Enforcement Network.... >>

BizReport | Internet September 03, 2014

Study indicates conservative data approach best

Data breaches like the recent Target scandal make all of us think harder about our private information. Are we safe enough? Should we take additional steps? What about the brands we choose to shop with, are they protecting us? ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce July 31, 2014

British consumers will give up more personal data for discounts, free delivery

Recently published research from Webtrends shows that consumers in the UK are happy to hand over personal data to brands but many want to be rewarded and there's a limit to just how much information they are happy to part... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing September 06, 2012

Dislike of data-sharing drives over half of mobile users to ditch apps

Some mobile apps such as maps and games collect a user's personal details or even track their location. More than half of Americans who use such apps have thought twice about using one once they learned just how much information... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce April 02, 2012

Research: 69% consumers cut ties with companies that mishandle personal data

It's a no-brainer that companies that mishandle consumer data risk losing customers. New research from database marketing company Transactis reveals the extent of the potential damage. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce October 19, 2011

Privacy Concerns: Marketers should "think like a bank"

Marketers that want to lessen concern among consumers regarding privacy should think like a bank, according to new research from McCann Truth Central. ... >>

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