Web Privacy Risk Evaluation Finds Almost One-Third of the S&P 500’s Websites Are at Significant Risk of Online Data Privacy Violations
LOKKER’s Web Privacy Risk Score™ Reveals Half Received Failing Grades for Consent Practices, Critical Threat as Class-Action Lawsuits and States’ Privacy Laws Increase
Protect Your Website from Privacy Risks: Insights from Scanning the S&P 500 Websites
Alarmingly, we found significant privacy risks on 30% of S&P 500 websites and learn how to safeguard your website from common privacy threats. Implement these tips to protect yourself and your company today.
Interview of LOKKER CEO, Ian Cohen, Featured in Insurance Business America article “How well do your clients know their data privacy risks?”
LOKKER CEO Ian Cohen explains how class-action suits and regulatory measures are putting more pressure on organizations to protect their customers’ privacy on public-facing company website. Ian explains how LOKKER has developed a way for insurers to identify and quantify this web privacy risk to aid in the underwriting process.
LOKKER Finds One-Quarter of the Largest 1,000 Healthcare Organizations’ Websites Are at Significant Risk for Online Data Privacy Violations
LOKKER’s Web Privacy Risk Score Reveals Common Consumer Data Privacy Risks in the Healthcare Sector as Class-Action Lawsuits Are on the Rise. LOKKER’s findings uncover great risk to consumers’ personal health information , with 26% of healthcare organizations’ Web Privacy Risk Scores flagged as above 335, and of those, more than 100 scored above 500, which indicates significant risk according to LOKKER.
LOKKER Unveils new Web Privacy Risk Score™ to Help Organizations Measure and Mitigate Online Privacy Threats
LOKKER’s Web Privacy Risk Score is a first-of-its-kind measure that quantifies a company’s potential risk of privacy violations pertaining to the collection and sharing of customers’ online information.
Federal Trade Commission Outlines How Pixel Tracking Can Share Sensitive Health Data after Recent Regulatory Actions
In recent months, the Federal Trade Commission has taken action against two digital health platforms; GoodRx and BetterHelp. Both actions responded to the misuse of hidden pixels sharing sensitive health data from their websites without their visitors’ consent.
Online Data Privacy Report – March 2023
Our report dives into our web privacy research results and further outlines actions that companies and insurance agencies need to take to protect themselves in an evolving web privacy ecosystem.
LOKKER research featured in “Consumer Data Bonanza Over Cyber Weekend”
Research and insights from LOKKER’s 2022 Holiday Shopping Data Privacy Report were the basis for the article in Multichannel Merchant. The report looked at the top 100 e-commerce websites from Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday to see how many trackers were present, tracking visitors behavior and collecting their data. LOKKER Chief Commercial Officer, Jeremy Barnett, also […]
LOKKER mentioned in “Clinic Reports Tracking Pixel Breach Involving 3rd Party”
BayCare Clinic in Wisconsin reported a data breach to the U.S. Department of Health and Human services as a result of patient data being exposed from the use of online tracking pixels. This article featured in HealthCare Info Security referenced LOKKER’s study of pixels and trackers in the healthcare industry, and our findings that more than 2,500 healthcare provider websites use these tools.
2022 Holiday Shopping Data Privacy Report
LOKKER conducted a study of the Top 100 e-commerce sites in the U.S. to determine how they used trackers, pixels, and cookies to collect, analyze, share, sell, and resell our personal information. The takeaway: shoppers unknowingly shared their personal data through a variety of web tracking technologies this holiday season.