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    Using current information available on the Internet, develop a briefing for a group of C-level corporate executives at a company of your choice in regard to information security issues inherent in their e-commerce strategies and operations. Highlight points of potential vulnerability and some of the best practices being deployed to manage the risk of such security issues in the e-commerce context. Assume that these executives are rather lackadaisical about such security issues as they might have a devastating impact upon the companies brand. Given this attitude, how would you convince the senior managers that this is a problem truly warranting sufficient investment and leadership? 

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    //In the present world of e-commerce operations, there is a high risk of information security issues that impact the brand image of the companies. It is essential to investigate various risks associated with e-commerce and also understand the practices deployed to reduce and manage these risks. This article further discusses the current state and relevance for privacy and security issues in the context of e-commerce.//

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