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We Provide World-Class Identity Protection & Data Breach Services
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Until now, broadband providers like AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast were permitted to gather information on consumers unless a consumer explicitly opted out. Now, the FCC has new rules for broadband - read on to learn more about its effects on consumer privacy http://ow.ly/UFG73097pVC
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Currently there is no public scorecard or grading system for data breach responses, which means both consumers and other organizations are left in the dark about many details of the breaches themselves and how well organizations deal with them. Read on to learn more about the benefits feedback in breach response. http://ow.ly/CkfG3097nTT
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Times are changing in the C-suite, and in the privacy and security space, the most notable of changes is the addition of the chief privacy officer (CPO). In a world where both data breaches and privacy protection laws are madly proliferating, the role of chief privacy officer is critical on many fronts. What are the many faces of the CPO? http://ow.ly/5DZo3097mnh
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Data breaches are now a cost of doing business, but the price tag is unacceptably high. Clearly, managing data breach costs is an important part of any response, and that means spending your money wisely. It also means prioritizing your expenditures, from media relations to identity protection services. Keep reading to learn how to keep your customers and credibility in response to a data breach. http://ow.ly/HeY93083RYI
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Business leaders must cope with crises of all shapes and sizes. How well they weather a crisis is a mark of their leadership ability. While it’s impossible to plan for every disaster, executives can be sure their company will be breached sooner or later. So how can business leaders take charge when it comes to breach response? Read on to learn more.
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Imagine if all electronic medical records (EMRs) and other electronic health data in the U.S. could be shared—quickly and securely—to advance medical research and promote preventive medicine while drastically reducing payer and provider costs on data access and exchange. Sound like a pipe dream? It may not be, according to some who believe in the emerging technology of blockchains. Read on to learn more about block chains and how they could transform healthcare. http://ow.ly/P2bd3083HLX
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There is no federal statute that applies to most companies; rather, 51 states and territories each have their own laws, and while there are similarities, these statutes are not consistent. So, what should you do when faced with a data breach, especially one that crosses state lines? http://ow.ly/qkNg3083CE7
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In mid-December, Yahoo announced that more than 1 billion user accounts were hacked three years ago; and that’s separate from the company’s disclosure in September. According to a report from Forrester, the company’s response to the initially reported breach left much to be desired. The good news is that other organizations can learn from Yahoo’s experiences. http://ow.ly/ytTz307z9C5
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