Marks and Spencer whistleblower speaks about consumer data security

Tony Goode, the man who blew the whistle on Marks & Spencer’s plans to cut redundancy payouts, had an unblemished career of almost 25 years.

When he left M&S he was the man responsible for the retailer’s database of some 30 million customers, about half the UK population.

He speaks candidly to Computer Weekly about the job and how to protect customer information.

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