About ofonseca

Website: http://www.experian.com/databreach

Profile: Ozzie Fonseca is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) who serves as Director of Experian’s Data Breach Resolution Group. Ozzie has been involved in the identity protection arena for nearly a decade, and in his current role has managed thousands of data breach response plans for clients of every size, and for events involving from hundreds to millions of victims.During his tenure, Ozzie has worked with countless privacy and compliance professionals in virtually every industry, and consistently brings to the table his extensive practical experience in handling large scale breach notifications, setting up incident response call centers and in providing best-in-class identity protection and fraud resolution services.Before his involvement in the privacy arena, Ozzie spent most of his career as an educator in the auto insurance, telecom and credit industries responsible for developing training programs across the corporate spectrum.Ozzie holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Business Administration.He can be contacted at 949.567.3851 or Ozzie.Fonseca@experian.com.


Posts by ofonseca

Are You Updating Your Breach Response Plan Often Enough?

Posted on Jun 28 2016 by

Are you updating your data breach response plan to respond to new threats and forensic analysis? Discover how often updates may be needed.

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Identity theft knows no season: Why credit monitoring should be a year-round effort

Posted on Jun 14 2016 by

When do your customers think about credit monitoring? When do you, as a business, think about offering it to them? Many consumers don’t independently monitor their credit on a regular basis – multiple surveys tell us that, including those by Javelin Strategy & Research. Most of those who don’t monitor their credit probably won’t think about […]

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Video: IAPP Panel on Employee Security Threats

Posted on May 05 2016 by

Did you miss Experian’s panel at the recent IAPP event in April? A red-hot topic in many industries, employees negligence is the primary cause of a majority of breaches. How can companies address this liability?

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Facing Greater Risks, Small Businesses Still Lag in Adopting Cyber Insurance

Posted on Apr 19 2016 by

What difference does $4.40 make? It can’t buy you much on its own, but it can make a world of difference when you’re handling the aftermath of a data breach or other cyberattack.

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How Can You Reduce Data Breach Costs?

Posted on Apr 05 2016 by

Bad news and good news emerged from the Ponemon Institute’s 2015 Cost of a Data Breach study, released in May: breach costs continue to rise, but security measures such as creating a data breach response team can significantly curb the costs of a data breach.

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What the EMV Liability Shift Means for Your Business

Posted on Mar 08 2016 by

As of last October, the EMV liability shift is a point of reality for consumers and businesses alike. Now, if your business is not yet chip-ready and card fraud occurs in a point-of-sale transaction in which a consumer uses a chip-enabled card, you — not the card-holder or issuer — could be liable for costs […]

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Following Personal Identifying Information (PII) Down the Black Net Road

Posted on Aug 11 2015 by

As a business manager savvy to security risks, you may be well aware of the costs consumers and businesses incur when personal identifying information (PII) is stolen in a data breach. But once the information is taken from your system, do you know what happens next? Do you understand the route PII travels from its […]

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After a Data Breach: Keeping Customers Informed

Posted on Jul 29 2015 by

A data breach can increase a consumer’s risk of falling victim to identity theft. In order to mitigate this risk, federal and state governments have instituted regulations regarding the notification of affected consumers. But many consumers – inundated by news of mega breaches – may experience data breach fatigue, and do little or nothing at […]

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Are Your Employees Data Breach Risks?

Posted on Jul 14 2015 by

Your employees are your greatest asset, but they may also pose the greatest data breach risk to your organization. Unfortunately, multiple studies and research point to employees as the leading cause of data breaches. Employees may put your data at risk in a number of ways; from failing to practice good password habits to losing a […]

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Recognize Internet Safety Month As a Reminder To Keep Data Secure

Posted on Jun 02 2015 by

Airtight firewalls and current-to-the-minute defensive software aren’t enough to keep your organization safe from cyber attacks. Your IT team could be doing everything right, and your company may still be at risk from internal threats – because just one employee thinks that cybersecurity isn’t his or her job. Our Second Annual Data Breach Preparedness Study […]

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