Recent events highlight the need for companies to continuously evaluate and improve how sensitive data is handled. Microsoft revealed that AI researchers had inadvertently exposed 38 terabytes of internal information since 2020. Additionally, Google agreed to pay settlements totaling $155 million over illigal location tracking practices.
Microsoft’s Monumental Mistake Just last week, TechCrunch disclosed that Microsoft’s AI divisions casually allowed 38 terabytes of sensitive internal data to be exposed. Take a moment to grasp that—38 terabytes, and this from a company audacious enough to assure you that your data is secure in their hands.