Ponemon Institute: The Reputation Impact of a Data Breach
Mar 6, 2012
According to this study, fifty-four percent of companies believe it can take 10 months to more than two years to restore a company's reputation following a breach of customer data. Find out what else executives are saying about how a data breach can affect the reputation and image of an organization.
Don't get blind sided - Gain insight in establishing an identity management strategy that will adapt to new challenges, authenticating users, mitigating risk, adhering to regulatory constraints without impeding the user experience, and more.
Justifying financial investment for compliance and fraud prevention technology is challenging. Understanding the benefits of such a robust program that supports both risk mitigation and the customer experience is essential to building the business case for fraud prevention.
Hardly a week goes by without the media reporting a large-scale hack of sensitive personal or account information. Increasingly, the public seems resigned to believe that such compromises are the new normal, producing a kind of breach fatigue that may be lowering the expectations consumers have for identity and online security. Still, businesses must continue to apply comprehensive, data-driven intelligence that helps thwart both breaches and the malicious use of breached information and protect all parties’ interests.
As a growing number of businesses and consumers across the U.S. are learning and adjusting to new EMV credit cards, many still question the impact EMV will have on protecting consumers and businesses from increasingly savvy and sophisticated criminal fraud rings. Join Experian and our panel of experts as we look at how businesses are faring one month into the EMV liability shift.
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