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.


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Three reasons your breach notices are flawed

Posted on Jun 05 2012 by

Still using the less-is-more approach to notification letters? As it turns out, consumers want more – much more than they’re getting. In a new study, 72% of consumers who recall receiving a notification letter express disappointment. The Ponemon Institute explores why in the 2012 Consumer Study on Data Breach Notification. Among all survey respondents, those […]

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Case closed: 8 Things you didn’t know about data breach litigation

Posted on May 22 2012 by

As data breaches have exploded in frequency and scale, it’s no surprise that corresponding lawsuits have also flourished.  Do these lawsuits have a common pattern?  A recent draft research paper, Empirical Analysis of Data Breach Litigation, takes a look at federal data breach lawsuits to assess the common characteristics. The findings were illuminating: The odds […]

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ITRC report identifies top three data breach triggers

Posted on May 07 2012 by

For a company, a data breach can seem like it comes out of the blue. Yet, according to analysis by the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC), the three primary causes of data breaches have remained the same since 2009: Hacking Data on the move Insider theft ITRC has been releasing an annual Breach Report since 2007. […]

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Big data can mean big breaches

Posted on Mar 27 2012 by

As companies accumulate vast amount of data to improve their business intelligence, the risks of data breaches accumulate accordingly.  While organizations are rapidly increasing their ability to store, process and analyze huge amount of information collected from social networks, sensors, IT systems and other sources, they’re often failing to consider that much of this data […]

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Infographic: Unlock data breach facts

Posted on Mar 12 2012 by

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When data recovery becomes a data disaster

Posted on Feb 21 2012 by

Your server crashed. You dropped your storage device. Your computer drive failed. And there’s no back-up in sight. Who ya gonna call? A data recovery vendor, of course. Not so fast. Before you madly dial for help, beware of unscrupulous providers who turn data recovery services into data breach scams. According to a recent report […]

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Are you in hiding after a data breach? Watch our new video.

Posted on Jan 31 2012 by

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Five top trends in security threats

Posted on Jan 31 2012 by

Just as technology is continuously evolving, so are the wily ways in which fraudsters circumvent the safeguards for changing technologies. Symantec’s study Internet Security Threat Report offers a review of where cyber thieves are finding new opportunities and, accordingly, where experts believe the thorniest security trouble spots lie.

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How data breaches harm reputations

Posted on Jan 17 2012 by

The Ponemon study clearly shows that when data breaches occur, the collateral damage of a company’s brand and reputation become significant hard costs that must be factored into the total financial loss.

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Data breaches don’t take a holiday at the arcade

Posted on Dec 27 2011 by

A recent data breach discovery serves as a reminder that even when you’re on vacation, cyber criminals never sleep.

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