Thanks guys for providing the perfect illustration to our Audit team regarding the importance of never allowing customer data to appear in page querystrings, for fear that it will end up in the web server logs of all third party resources requested on the page, from where it's outside of any controls our organisation might have:
For all other users of TIQ, you may want to check this list to see if your account is on there before somebody in your cyber security team finds it first..
Thank you Unknownj, we wholeheatedly agreed with your sage guidance around querystring references.
On July 31st, 2019 an independent security researcher on the internet discovered and reported a Tealium S3 bucket that contained CDN logs for a number of Tealium accounts.
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Matthew Pitta, Sr. Director - Information Security and Technology