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Prove we can trust you,
Then we will be loyal

More than half would stop buying from a business that fails to protect their data Read more ...

 
     

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Fast, slick and imaginative -

Chuck Ehredt reviews some of this year's Loyalty Magazine Awards winners and discusses trends 2019

However much you think you know about a topic, some things will still surprise you. That’s been my feeling as I mull over this year’s Loyalty Magazine Awards, where Currency Alliance was proud to be Prime Sponsor. You can see the full list of winners here (https://www.theloyaltymagazineawards.com).
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article thumbnail News - Data SecurityFriday, 11 May 2018

Every cloud has a silver lining: Taking a positive view on GDPR
Report says people getting more confident about sharing data Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityWednesday, 25 April 2018

Google says it is GDPR ready
Firm under fire for attempting to ’shield’ itself from new data rules Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityWednesday, 25 April 2018

Nearly half companies to miss GDPR deadline
EU and US firms fall behind compliance schedule
Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityMonday, 16 April 2018

OUT NOW!
The Global GDPR Report: Answering the Big Questions
Designed to address the challenges and opportunities of GDPR, The Global GDPR Report: Answering the Big Questions is a vital resource.
Many organisations are struggling with GDPR compliance in what is a very complex process.
The report saves you time and trouble by simply explaining the major issues, and answering your questions on the contentious GDPR questions.
Order your copy now for just £295

email: maxine@cm-media.net
Tel: +44 (0)1572 820088


Questions

The report highlights the two main questions around GDPR that must be addressed with urgency:
• Is your organisation compliant and, if not, what must you do to become compliant?
• Do you see the opportunities arising from GDPR?

With this report • What are the main barriers to organisations complying with GDPR? (page 21) • GDPR compliance levels by industry (page 22)
• How to conduct GDPR-compliant surveys (page 23)
• The effects on email marketing (page 24)
• Managing third parties under GDPR (page 25)
• The impact of GDPR on the live data market (page 26)

The report looks in detail at these factors and many others to assess how GDPR will affect all organisations handling EU customer data. It is designed to act as a guide for companies and organisations of all types in addressing the challenges of GDPR and embracing its opportunities.


For more details, complete the application form and receive an Executive Summary immediately:

https://loyaltymagazineawards.wufoo.eu/forms/global-gdpr-report-executive-summary/





Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityFriday, 06 April 2018

eCommerce breach puts spotlight on loyalty data
Stolen reward card numbers could be used to drain prepaid accounts Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityWednesday, 04 April 2018

Sainsbury’s says no need to reconsult with customers for GDPR permission
The GDPR conundrum: To reconsult with customers or not? Wide range of opinion on requirements from loyalty programmes. Sainsbury’s says it will not reconsult. John Norrie of Tranxactor says it is essential. Full coverage of what we know about GDPR so far…... Read more ...

News - Data SecurityMonday, 02 April 2018

Privacy Statement

Context and overview details
•    Privacy Policy for McIntosh Media Ltd and C&M Publications Ltd from May 23, 2018
•    Next review date: May 23, 2019

This privacy policy has been developed to give you peace of mind that your privacy, specifically your 'Personally Identifiable Information' (PII) is being protected by C&M Publications Ltd and McIntosh Media Ltd, two companies that work closely together on the following: The Loyalty Magazine Awards, The Loyalty Surgery, Loyalty Magazine, Card & Payments World, Fraud Watch newsletter and other reports, information services and events that might be produced or held from time to time. This document also relates to the use of individual websites. As described in UK privacy law, this information is defined as that which can be used on its own or with other information to identify, contact, or locate a single person, or to identify an individual in context. Please read our privacy policy carefully to get a clear understanding of how we collect, use, protect or otherwise handle your Personally Identifiable Information.

Website content

Although all reasonable care is taken to ensure that all materials are accurate, no responsibility is accepted by or on behalf of C&M Publications Ltd and McIntosh Media Ltd for any inaccuracies, omissions or misleading statements on pages of our websites. In addition, it excludes liability for any loss or damage howsoever caused from the use of or reliance upon information contained in any of our websites. We welcome your feedback regarding any of the information contained on our websites via publisher@cm-media.net

This website may provide hyperlinks to other websites not covered by the McIntosh Media and the C&M Publications privacy statement. These are provided for convenience only. These websites should have their own privacy policies which you should check. McIntosh Media and the C&M Publications accepts no responsibility for the content of such external websites. Should you have any concerns about any of the sites linked to by our website, we would welcome your feedback at publisher@cm-media.net

What personal information do we collect from the people that use our website and online registration services?


When using our online registration/membership services, as appropriate, you may be asked to enter your name, business email address, business mailing address, business phone number(s) or other details to help with the delivery of our services. No information is collected from those people viewing our headlines or information on our websites outside of the subscription area.

When do we collect data?


We collect information from you when you, subscribe to a publication, fill out a registration or request application form, connect via LinkedIn or other social media channels, make a purchase, respond to a survey, enter information elsewhere on our site or when you communicate with us for any reason.

How do we use your information?

We use personal information for the purposes of providing services to our subscribers and customers and potential subscribers and customers, building and managing relationships, providing information to interested parties, and generally operating our business. This includes keeping such people informed of the latest industry news and developments and notifying them of events, reports, and other such related events. Such processing is done in furtherance of and is necessary for the legitimate business interests pursued by McIntosh Media and C&M Publications.

How do we protect your information?

Your personal information is contained behind secured networks and is only accessible by a limited number of persons who have special access rights to such systems, observe strict password policies and are required to keep the information confidential.

We implement a variety of security measures when a user enters, submits, or accesses their information to maintain the safety of your personal information.

All transactions are processed through a validated PCI DSS Level 1 Service Provider and are not stored or processed on our servers.

Do we use 'cookies'?

Currently McIntosh Media and C&M Publications do not use cookies for collecting user information.

Sharing of personal information

McIntosh Media and the C&M Publications do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer your Personally Identifiable Information to outside parties, except under the following circumstances:

• We may... Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityFriday, 26 January 2018

GDPR compliance levels are ‘varied’, EC admits
Only two countries have so far adopted regulation Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityThursday, 11 January 2018

‘Bug bounties’ to become common in loyalty
Move likely as cybercriminals increasingly target reward points Read more ...

News - Data SecurityWednesday, 10 January 2018

Carphone Warehouse fined £400,000 for data breach
Post May’s GDPR implementation, it could have been £400m Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityFriday, 11 May 2018

Every cloud has a silver lining: Taking a positive view on GDPR
Report says people getting more confident about sharing data Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityWednesday, 25 April 2018

Google says it is GDPR ready
Firm under fire for attempting to ’shield’ itself from new data rules Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityWednesday, 25 April 2018

Nearly half companies to miss GDPR deadline
EU and US firms fall behind compliance schedule
Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityMonday, 16 April 2018

OUT NOW!
The Global GDPR Report: Answering the Big Questions
Designed to address the challenges and opportunities of GDPR, The Global GDPR Report: Answering the Big Questions is a vital resource.
Many organisations are struggling with GDPR compliance in what is a very complex process.
The report saves you time and trouble by simply explaining the major issues, and answering your questions on the contentious GDPR questions.
Order your copy now for just £295

email: maxine@cm-media.net
Tel: +44 (0)1572 820088


Questions

The report highlights the two main questions around GDPR that must be addressed with urgency:
• Is your organisation compliant and, if not, what must you do to become compliant?
• Do you see the opportunities arising from GDPR?

With this report • What are the main barriers to organisations complying with GDPR? (page 21) • GDPR compliance levels by industry (page 22)
• How to conduct GDPR-compliant surveys (page 23)
• The effects on email marketing (page 24)
• Managing third parties under GDPR (page 25)
• The impact of GDPR on the live data market (page 26)

The report looks in detail at these factors and many others to assess how GDPR will affect all organisations handling EU customer data. It is designed to act as a guide for companies and organisations of all types in addressing the challenges of GDPR and embracing its opportunities.


For more details, complete the application form and receive an Executive Summary immediately:

https://loyaltymagazineawards.wufoo.eu/forms/global-gdpr-report-executive-summary/





Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityFriday, 06 April 2018

eCommerce breach puts spotlight on loyalty data
Stolen reward card numbers could be used to drain prepaid accounts Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityWednesday, 04 April 2018

Sainsbury’s says no need to reconsult with customers for GDPR permission
The GDPR conundrum: To reconsult with customers or not? Wide range of opinion on requirements from loyalty programmes. Sainsbury’s says it will not reconsult. John Norrie of Tranxactor says it is essential. Full coverage of what we know about GDPR so far…... Read more ...

News - Data SecurityMonday, 02 April 2018

Privacy Statement

Context and overview details
•    Privacy Policy for McIntosh Media Ltd and C&M Publications Ltd from May 23, 2018
•    Next review date: May 23, 2019

This privacy policy has been developed to give you peace of mind that your privacy, specifically your 'Personally Identifiable Information' (PII) is being protected by C&M Publications Ltd and McIntosh Media Ltd, two companies that work closely together on the following: The Loyalty Magazine Awards, The Loyalty Surgery, Loyalty Magazine, Card & Payments World, Fraud Watch newsletter and other reports, information services and events that might be produced or held from time to time. This document also relates to the use of individual websites. As described in UK privacy law, this information is defined as that which can be used on its own or with other information to identify, contact, or locate a single person, or to identify an individual in context. Please read our privacy policy carefully to get a clear understanding of how we collect, use, protect or otherwise handle your Personally Identifiable Information.

Website content

Although all reasonable care is taken to ensure that all materials are accurate, no responsibility is accepted by or on behalf of C&M Publications Ltd and McIntosh Media Ltd for any inaccuracies, omissions or misleading statements on pages of our websites. In addition, it excludes liability for any loss or damage howsoever caused from the use of or reliance upon information contained in any of our websites. We welcome your feedback regarding any of the information contained on our websites via publisher@cm-media.net

This website may provide hyperlinks to other websites not covered by the McIntosh Media and the C&M Publications privacy statement. These are provided for convenience only. These websites should have their own privacy policies which you should check. McIntosh Media and the C&M Publications accepts no responsibility for the content of such external websites. Should you have any concerns about any of the sites linked to by our website, we would welcome your feedback at publisher@cm-media.net

What personal information do we collect from the people that use our website and online registration services?


When using our online registration/membership services, as appropriate, you may be asked to enter your name, business email address, business mailing address, business phone number(s) or other details to help with the delivery of our services. No information is collected from those people viewing our headlines or information on our websites outside of the subscription area.

When do we collect data?


We collect information from you when you, subscribe to a publication, fill out a registration or request application form, connect via LinkedIn or other social media channels, make a purchase, respond to a survey, enter information elsewhere on our site or when you communicate with us for any reason.

How do we use your information?

We use personal information for the purposes of providing services to our subscribers and customers and potential subscribers and customers, building and managing relationships, providing information to interested parties, and generally operating our business. This includes keeping such people informed of the latest industry news and developments and notifying them of events, reports, and other such related events. Such processing is done in furtherance of and is necessary for the legitimate business interests pursued by McIntosh Media and C&M Publications.

How do we protect your information?

Your personal information is contained behind secured networks and is only accessible by a limited number of persons who have special access rights to such systems, observe strict password policies and are required to keep the information confidential.

We implement a variety of security measures when a user enters, submits, or accesses their information to maintain the safety of your personal information.

All transactions are processed through a validated PCI DSS Level 1 Service Provider and are not stored or processed on our servers.

Do we use 'cookies'?

Currently McIntosh Media and C&M Publications do not use cookies for collecting user information.

Sharing of personal information

McIntosh Media and the C&M Publications do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer your Personally Identifiable Information to outside parties, except under the following circumstances:

• We may... Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityFriday, 26 January 2018

GDPR compliance levels are ‘varied’, EC admits
Only two countries have so far adopted regulation Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityThursday, 11 January 2018

‘Bug bounties’ to become common in loyalty
Move likely as cybercriminals increasingly target reward points Read more ...

News - Data SecurityWednesday, 10 January 2018

Carphone Warehouse fined £400,000 for data breach
Post May’s GDPR implementation, it could have been £400m Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityFriday, 29 December 2017

GDPR golden nugget
Today: How online retailers will be affected

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018 and will impact on the data handling practices of every company in Europe. Each day over the festive period, we suggest a specific issue you should be considering. Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityWednesday, 27 December 2017

GDPR golden nugget
Today: The data compliance implications

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018 and will impact on the data handling practices of every company in Europe. Each day over the festive period, we suggest a specific issue you should be considering.  Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityFriday, 22 December 2017

GDPR golden nugget
Today: Sending data to a mailing house  Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityWednesday, 22 November 2017

Comment: Best to be honest with customers, despite the consequences
Uber’s new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has come clean and admitted that the taxi hailing company was hacked but that the company chose not to notify either regulators or those affected. Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityTuesday, 08 August 2017

Brexit and lack of resources hamper GDPR compliance
Majority of firms up to speed, but 15% do not have funds to get compliance plans off the ground   Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityWednesday, 02 August 2017

Privitar gets major Series A funding
Big data security provider helps companies comply with GDPR Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityWednesday, 19 July 2017

GDPR privacy demands will strangle marketing
Lawyers give stark warning Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityThursday, 25 May 2017

Target to pay US$18.5m damages to US states
- Retailer pays despite breach due to a theft of credentials from third party vendor
- US$10m consumer class action settled last week Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityWednesday, 10 May 2017

Debenhams breach highlights GDPR ‘elephant in room’
26,000 records compromised Read more ...

article thumbnail News - Data SecurityMonday, 14 November 2016

Major players unite to tackle loyalty fraud
Group develops industry-wide standards  Read more ...

 
     
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