mmorelli

Michael Morelli is Director of the Experian® Data Breach Resolution group, a leader in helping businesses plan for and mitigate consumer risk following data breach incidents. With more than a decade in the industry, Experian Data Breach Resolution has successfully serviced the largest U.S. data breach in history and some of the highest-profile breaches in the retail and government sectors. Michael is an established professional in the data breach industry with eleven years of experience. As a director at Experian, Michael is responsible for the overall business development and market growth for the group’s business as a breach partner to help manage an organization’s response. In this capacity, he assists companies affected by a data breach notify affected parties, set up a call center, and provide Experian’s proven identity theft protection product, ProtectMyID, to its stakeholders. As a key member of the team, the Data Breach Resolution group has doubled its client base in the last several years and serviced more than 3,000 breaches in 2014. The team has generated exceptional client satisfaction-levels with a 2013 survey showing that 96 percent of clients would consider referring Experian to a colleague and 9 out of 10 noted they are “Very Likely” to choose Experian Data Breach Resolution services in the future. Prior to Experian, Michael managed the launch of a data breach solution business, BreachShield, for the Affinion Group. Michael is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and Healthcare Compliance Association. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management from Sacred Heart University in Connecticut. Michael can be contacted via email at Michael.Morelli@Experian.com. For more information about Experian Data Breach Resolution, visit www.Experian.com/DataBreach.

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Fourth Annual Study on Data Breach Preparedness Releas...

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Your Employees Can Be Breach Victims, Too...

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Remember how you felt as a kid when the fire alarm rang in school? Your heart raced, adrenaline surged through your body … and you left your seat, got in line and filed out of the building calmly and efficiently because you’d practiced, practiced, practiced what to do in...

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Could Wireless-enabled Devices Pose a Data Breach Risk...

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Don’t Fall for Phishing Scams...

Picture this all-too-plausible scenario: a small business owner receives an authentic-looking email from a payee with whom his company regularly does business. The email states that due to lost records, the company will stop issuing payments to the small business unless someone verifies account information by clicking an enclosed...

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