If human resources outfit PageUp People's chief executive and co-founder Karen Cariss is to be believed, then whoever it was that breached the company's networks and encountered a very tasty mass of data, left it completely untouched. If only all hackers were as benevolent!
Human resources firm PageUp People has blamed its PR agency for its failure in media management following a massive data breach that it reported in June, but has not revealed any technical details of the investigation into the breach that the company instituted.
Last year, human resources firm PageUp People was reported to be considering a listing on the Australian Stock Exchange. But given this year's massive data breach and the subsequent fallout, it would probably be a safe bet that the company has put those plans in cold storage.
Human resources outfit PageUp People, which was hit by a massive data leak that it made public in June, apparently has been receiving post-breach advice from the local office of the biggest PR agency in the world – Edelman.
Spoiler alert – you are going to have to trust at least one major technology provider with your innermost secrets. The question is who do you trust?
Global PR giant Edelman released its 15th annual trust and credibility survey – a Trust Barometer. The sceptics, cynics, and disbelievers are winning. People’s trust in government, business, media, and NGOs is below 50% in two-thirds of countries, including the U.S., U.K., Germany, Japan, and Australia.
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