Most financial companies have "vast gaps" in their privacy and data protection programs, according to a study released this week by security firm Compuware and Ponemon Institute, a research company.

The survey found that 83 percent of companies use real customer data in development and testing - and 51 percent of those who do so, do not mark or anonymize or otherwise protect this data.

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