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One response to “Rudder’s Financial Data Breach is NOT a SaaS Failure”

  1. matt@Thrive

    Well said. I left comments on as many articles as I could find about the Rudder issue precisely because of this concern: you want people to understand that while a mistake was made and it was preventable, it was one company and one time and the space itself has a lot of help to offer the world.

    I think many PFM’s (Thrive, Wesabe, SmartyPig, etc.) are genuinely interested in helping people, whatever their actual business model, and it would be a true shame if people swore off the space over what amounts to a non-unique space that really has very little to do specifically with PFM sites.