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Chubb's Tanenbaum: Connected Devices Are the New Cyber Snoops

Michael Tanenbaum, head of cyber, North America, Chubb, said data from connected devices can help build detailed profiles of users, putting companies in the sights of regulators and exposing them to allegations of wrongful information collection.

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