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Parks Associates: 41% of Us Broadband Households Concerned About Hackers Accessing Their Devices

Parks Associates and PSA Certified highlight importance of device security and standard frameworks in industry webinar Parks Associates research reveals 41% of US broadband households are concerned about hackers getting access to their devices. With concerns higher among households without smart home devices, these fears could contribute to reluctance among consumers to purchase these devices. The international research firm will address the importance of establishing device security standards and certifications in the…

Follow The Disney Principle: Move From Brand Safety to Consumer Trust

At a recent panel about brand safety, Lisa Valentino EVP, Client & Brand Solutions at Disney provided some great insight about her company’s approach to brand safety; they think about it as building consumer trust. Disney being the company that it is does a very good job of building consumer trust, and they have very strict guidelines to keep it that way. With such a shining example of positive brand building on the panel, the other conversations about brand safety that followed seemed, frankly, too narrow. And that’s…

Consumer Trust: The Secret to Email Success for Publishers & Advertisers

After years of being written off as dead, email is having a renaissance, becoming one of the best “new” channels for audience engagement for brands and publishers. And it’s easy to see why: as consumer trust in the media and social platforms like Facebook have declined, consumers, publishers and brands are all looking for a better alternative—a channel that doesn’t make users cringe with concern over privacy and fake news. Recommended: SoundHound INC. Integrates Here Mapping and Location Data into Houndify Voice AI…

The New Rules: Establishing Consumer Trust in a Post-GDPR World

Ask any marketer about the biggest events of 2018 so far and you’re not likely to hear about the results of an election, the passing of an iconic celebrity, or even the outcome of The World Cup. For marketers, the year’s defining moment arrived on May 25th when the European Union officially rolled out The General Data Protection Regulation commonly known as GDPR. The regulation is designed to protect consumer privacy and give individuals more control of their online footprint. GDPR places new limitations on how customer…