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 […]


Beyond the IT Department: Cyber Security Becoming a Whole-Company Concern

Posted on Aug 07 2013 by

Nearly 20 percent of all cyber attacks are aimed at businesses with 250 or fewer employees, according to a recent congressional report. The problem is so pervasive that businesses can no longer afford to relegate cyber security to the IT department and forget about it. Blocking cyber attacks and recovering from a data breach is […]


Infographic: Winning the Identity Protection Race

Posted on Aug 07 2013 by

Only one data breach resolution company has the distinction of being part of the world’s largest credit bureau. That’s Experian® Data Breach Resolution, steeped in a history of swift incident response and consumer fraud protection.  We have thousands of incidents under our belt. Healthcare organizations, government agencies, universities and Fortune 500 companies have all relied […]


Infographic: Insuring Against a Data Disaster

Posted on Aug 07 2013 by

Our latest Ponemon Institute study highlights the need for a more inclusive approach to cyber security. To learn more about the impact of cyber insurance on security and losses, click on the infographic to download our white paper.


California Takes a Hard Look at Data Breaches

Posted on Jul 31 2013 by

Recently, California’s Attorney General Kamala Harris released a first-of-its-kind report, detailing the 2012 data breaches from her state. The report has generated strong conversation throughout the industry, as it rightly should, in the name of transparency. This move comes as she continues to push companies in her state to improve their security practices. What caught […]


Key Take-Aways of the New HIPAA Omnibus Rule

Posted on Jul 23 2013 by

The number of medical data breaches continues to escalate, and so, it seems, do the consequences for experiencing one. Medical data breaches accounted for more than a third (34.5 percent) of all data breaches that occurred in 2012, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center. Whether a large corporate hospital or a local dental office, […]


How Many Data Breach Resolution Providers Does it Take?

Posted on Jul 17 2013 by

In today’s data driven world, most security experts agree that when it comes to data breaches, most businesses need to recognize it’s not a matter of what to do “if “ they experience a breach but what to do WHEN they experience a breach. After an incident is first discovered, in addition to implementing a […]


Breach Prevention Planning is Key to Data Security

Posted on Jul 09 2013 by

No matter how popular or successful a brand is, recent data breaches occurring at several well-known consumer and social networking sites have demonstrated that no company is immune from a breach of data. These incidents caused concern not only for consumers but it can potentially also create data security issues for their employers. Although no […]


A Look Back at HIPAA’s Data Breach Security and Protection History

Posted on Jul 02 2013 by

For healthcare businesses, the wait is over. When the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) released its Omnibus Rule on January 17, 2013 amending the HIPAA privacy and data breach protection laws, it capped a 17 year evolution of medical cyber security regulations. In 1996 The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was […]