Arm your business with the most comprehensive data breach mitigation solutions available.
The number of reported data breaches continue to rise and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, to be adopted this year with a two year timescale for compliance, will require a change in approach. Financial penalties for mishandling personal information are set to increase hugely, and most companies will have to notify authorities and consumers about breaches. This will shape public awareness and attitudes. Organisations will need to demonstrate that they can provide comprehensive support to the individuals whose data has been lost. They will need to have a pre-planned response in place, and it will need to go far beyond what has been offered in the past.
CSID provides businesses with complete data breach mitigation solutions. We will guide you through all the necessary steps to to mitigate the effects of a data breach and provide comprehensive identity theft protection products for all those who’ve been affected.
CSID Data Breach Mitigation solutions can be customised to your level of risk, the type of data exposed, the countries in which the affected individuals live, the severity of the breach and your budget.
CSID Data Breach Mitigation Services Include
Multi Language Centre Support
Multi Country Identity Restoration
Data Breach Education
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CASE STUDY: HACKING THE HACKERS
To demonstrate just how effortlessly cyber criminals are targeting and exploiting SMBs, CSID reinforced the need for data breach mitigation by executing an experiment. The idea? Develop a mock business, build its presence online and watch as it becomes a target for real cyber criminals to hack.
THE TARGET BREACH: AN IN-DEPTH LOOK AT WHAT HAPPENED AND HOW TO PREPARE FOR A POS SYSTEM ATTACK
From November 27 to December 15, 2013, cyber criminals stole millions of Target customer records after installing malware on Target’s Point of Sale (POS) system. The underlying cause of this enormous breach – an employee from one of Target’s third-party vendors clicked on a malware-ridden link.
The number of attacks against SMBs nearly doubled from 18 percent in 2011 to 31 percent in 2013. Why the increased attention on smaller sized businesses? According to CSID’s 2014 SMB survey, 31 percent of small businesses are not taking any active measures to protect against security threats.