Data Breach Protection
- The internet has brought people closer than they ever were, and the invention of social media has taken connectivity to another level. With the internet thoroughly integrated into our daily lives, there is a greater need to defend ourselves from cybercrime and data leaks.
- This is particularly true for websites and online businesses, where a great deal of sensitive information is shared between the user and the company.
- Protecting your business from internet security breaches is extremely essential.
- What if one of your users’ data (or ALL of your users’ data) slips into the wrong hands and is traced back to you? Imagine if the stolen information is being used to stalk your clients and cause physical harm to them.
- What steps could you take to recover that data? Judging from corporate responses to major data breaches, there is apparently very little that can be done once data has been compromised.
- All you can do is send apologies to the victims and offer free credit monitoring.
- Your best protection comes from layering multiple protections including firewall, monitoring, spam filtering with advanced threat protection, web filtering, encrypted emails, redundant backups, timely patches (updates), physical security, and cybersecurity awareness training for all users.
- Common data breach exposures include personal information, such as credit card numbers, Social Security numbers and healthcare histories, as well as corporate information, such as customer lists, manufacturing processes and software source code.
- If anyone who is not specifically authorized to do so views such data, the organization charged with protecting that information is said to have suffered a data breach.
- A virtual hacker technology continually protects your website.
- Trained experts conduct all remediation on your behalf .
- Data Breach Protection offers the resilience your business deserves.