OneTrust announces major lay-off

Leading privacy vendor OneTrust, in a surprise announcement, said it will be laying off 950 workers, which is 25% of its workforce. This comes despite a statement last month that the company had record growth quarters and was seeing increased customer demand. However, the company’s announcement indicates they decided it best to scale back in response to a potentially tightening market.

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