Is Your Data Secure for Small Business Saturday?

Posted on Nov 26 2013 by

Small Business Saturday – the Saturday immediately following Black Friday – is meant to encourage consumers to patronize small businesses across the country during a season that is make or break for many of them. Like many small businesses, you probably hope the day will be an opportunity to connect with new customers, reaffirm the […]


‘Security 500’ Report: Catching Up on Cyber Crime

Posted on Nov 19 2013 by

Big or small, every American company needs to think about security. Security Magazine’s recently released 2013 “Security 500” report is a good indicator that companies across the country are broadening how they view security, and looking for new ways to ensure their businesses are as secure as possible. While the report focuses largely on physical […]


Cyber Security Month: Are You Helping Raise Awareness?

Posted on Oct 31 2013 by

2013 marks the 10th anniversary of the Department of Homeland Security’s October Cyber Security Awareness Month, aiming to raise consumer awareness of cyber risks and safety measures. Whether you’re a small business owner, health care provider, financial services commpany or technology executive, your own awareness of cyber security and data breach prevention is, hopefully, high. […]


National Protect Your Identity Week Arrives: Are You Helping Your Employees?

Posted on Oct 23 2013 by

National Protect Your Identity Week, Oct. 20 to 26, provides a prime opportunity to talk to your staff about identity protection. We know from multiple studies that workplace identity theft is a growing concern. Are you doing enough to help your employees protect themselves? While businesses routinely train employees in protocols intended to protect business […]


Not All Cyber Claims are Created Equal. Find Out Why at the NetDiligence Forum

Posted on Oct 02 2013 by

Cyber claims are as individual as the organizations that file them.  Join us at the 7th Annual NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Forum, Oct. 10-11, 2013 in Los Angeles, to find out why each claim is different and what to expect after filing one. Ozzie Fonseca, Senior Director with Experian® Data Breach Resolution, will join […]


Roadmap to Business Associate Agreements

Posted on Sep 20 2013 by

Under the new HIPAA Omnibus Rule, business associate agreements (BAA) are required more often. But do you know how often? This is crucial to know because the Omnibus Rule compliance deadline is Sept. 23, 2013. BAAs are still required between healthcare organizations and business associates, as they were in the past, but now, they are also required […]


The Top Complications of Breach Response: Learn What Not to Overlook at IAPP

Posted on Sep 17 2013 by

The IAPP Privacy Academy, September 30-October 2, 2013 in Seattle, is the place to be to learn all about today’s privacy and data protection challenges, including the top complications of breach response. Alex Ricardo, Director of Breach Response Services for Beazley Group, and I will share our insider perspective on anticipating and managing common hurdles […]


Will Your Medical Data Breach Response be HIPAA Compliant?

Posted on Sep 10 2013 by

The deadline is approaching for health care providers to comply with the updated Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which specifically addresses medical data breach notification requirements. When a breach occurs – and remember, the experts tell us it is a question of “when” and not “if” – will your response be fast, effective […]


Infographic: Experian® Data Breach Resolution Client Survey

Posted on Aug 27 2013 by

The proof is in our performance – 96% of our clients would refer us and 9 out of 10 clients stated they were “Very Likely” to use Experian® Data Breach Resolution services in the future. Read these and other highlights from our 2013 Client Survey below.


Are Employee Errors Elevating Your Data Breach Risk?

Posted on Aug 15 2013 by

People make mistakes and the results can be catastrophic. A new study by the Ponemon Institute and Symantec now tells us employee error is more often to blame for the catastrophe of a data breach than hackers, malware or other malicious acts. The 2013 Ponemon Cost of a Data Breach Report found that two-thirds of […]