Five Data Security Threats and Scares

Episode 10 October 27, 2021 00:09:15
Five Data Security Threats and Scares
Secure Payments
Five Data Security Threats and Scares

Show Notes

This spooky season, Nicole Von Seggern and Nick Johnson discuss the five data security threats and scares that make the hairs on the back of contact centre managers' necks stand up. 

But, fear not, for the duo also cover what protections organisations can put in place to avoid them. 


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