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A new Market Overview from Forrester Research on Customer Data Breach Notification published in 2015.
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Breach response expert Jamie May shares lessons she’s learned from managing over 5,000 data breaches.
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The first three steps to take in a data breach response.
A brief introduction to our breach response solutions, including customer communications and identity protection services.
This Incident Response Workbook, published by AllClear ID, provides key considerations, best practices, and recommendations for a well-orchestrated breach response.
From Our Blog
It’s tax season once again, which means fraudsters are ramping up their efforts to dupe businesses into handing over the personal information of their employees via W-2 phishing scams. Around this time, fraudsters are known to use the phishing method to scam payroll and HR professionals who manage W-2 tax forms. Since the IRS is […]
Just a brief public service announcement for employers: January 31, 2017 (today) is the deadline to file W-2s for calendar year 2016 with the IRS, and to provide them to your employees. Despite this fact, W-2 phishing scams will continue to surge for another 6 weeks or so if last spring is any indication. Watch […]
Scammers are creative when it comes to exploiting their victims. This short post by the Internet Storm Center clearly explains a common scam used to trick real estate agents. The scammer poses as a potential buyer, then sends what appears to be a “mortgage pre-approval letter.” The “letter” may instead be a link that asks the […]