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Credit monitoring has become the standard consumer remediation for all types of data breaches, in every sector, from healthcare to retail to financial. Credit monitoring makes sense when breaches involve the loss of private information such as Social Security numbers and driver’s license numbers. What good is credit monitoring if the breach involves protected health information (PHI)—such as medical records? http://ow.ly/RjySY
As your data breach prevention and response specialist, we ensure your customer’s privacy and your company’s reputation. Call us today!
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Most people navigate the World Wide Web via well-known search engines such as Google or Bing. But that part of the web is just the tip of a metaphorical iceberg. http://ow.ly/R6pFt
As your data breach prevention and response specialist, we ensure your customer’s privacy and your company’s reputation. Call us today!
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The Chinese general Sun Tzu said in The Art of War to know your enemy (which is ironic in light of the number of cyber-attacks coming from China; but good advice, nonetheless). If you’re concerned with data security or privacy these days, you can’t stay behind the corporate firewall and hope for the best.
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Every information security incident is the start of race, the race to determine the risks and compliance requirements surrounding the incident before potential victims are harmed and compliance deadlines are missed. Yet, too often, information security, compliance, privacy, and other functions are not operating as a team to win this race. Here are a few tips to help you and your team move to a more collaborative, integrated approach to incident management. http://ow.ly/Q9uQW
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Companies want to do right by consumers and avoid costly lawsuits, but many lack the tools, experience, or expertise to recognize whether the risk of harm threshold has been crossed. Learn more about what’s most important in improving your risk of harm analyses. http://ow.ly/Q8NSn
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Despite the many dangers of data breach, from a business standpoint, the most immediate threat in most security incidents is failure to comply with regulatory requirements. Who takes the lead? http://ow.ly/PsrYN
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Welcome to the new world of data protection. Today, everyone involved in data privacy and security needs to know their responsibilities because everyone is potentially held accountable by customers, regulators, the courts, and their business partners. http://ow.ly/PmbNc
Everyone involved in healthcare needs to know their responsibilities with regard to privacy and security, because everyone is potentially held accountable by customers, regulators, the courts and their business partners.
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Many people, even those of us that are professionally in the privacy and fraud communities, haven’t even heard about medical identity theft. And certainly many give little thought to the risks that it presents to consumers. Is it really a problem, or is concern about it overblown? http://ow.ly/R415c
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I think we can safely say that Finn agrees that our predictions were mostly on target for 2015; but we still have five months to go. Read on to learn more about what we forecast for the months ahead. http://ow.ly/QqQiu
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Cyber attacks are here to stay and many organizations have turned to insurance to protect themselves from the inevitable cost of these attacks. However, what companies may not realize is that cyber attacks are actually not covered by many traditional management and professional liability policies that they may already have. http://ow.ly/Q8R8P
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Late in 2014, ID Experts published several articles featuring our 2015 predictions for data security and privacy. Now that the year is more than halfway over, it’s a good time to see how we’re doing. http://ow.ly/PstTF
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Given today’s threat-filled environment, chances are high that your organization will be—or already has been—the target of an attack, putting sensitive data at risk. How do you define this? Is it an event? A security incident? A data breach? http://ow.ly/Pme5I
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ID Experts is a leading provider of complete data breach care: prevention and response. We strive to reduce the financial, personal, and reputational risks of data breach — and when a breach occurs, provide the most positive outcomes for our clients and the affected individuals. How can we help you reduce the risks of data breach?

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