Do You Know What To Do in the Event of a Data Breach?
Statistics show that with the rise of phishing, malware, and ransomware-related schemes, in addition to human errors, it’s not a matter of if your organization is affected by a data breach, it’s a matter of when.
Privacy laws can be complex and difficult to navigate
If you’re a U.S. based business or business selling to U.S. based customers, you’re subject to U.S. privacy laws, which are a confusing patchwork on federal and state laws. Different federal and state laws may be applicable based on the size of, or information affected, by the breach, and the very definition of the word “breach” may vary by jurisdiction, let alone the disclosure and reporting requirements you may be subject to. If you're a U.S. Based company doing business with European Union residents, complying with the GDPR which became enforceable on May 25th, 2018, is critical.
Kinney Firm can provide the right solutions for your company
Kinney Firm can provide you with best practices for data protection and privacy compliance and custom solutions for your organization including, but not limited to:
- Data Breach Incident Response Plan
- Data Breach Incident - Customer Notification Letter
- Recommend and assist with procuring cyber security insurance
- Pre-Breach recommendations for cyber security professionals and penetration testers.
- Post-Breach recommendations forensic analyst recommendations for assessing and remediating the data breach.
Schedule Your Data Protection Consultation
Regardless of what data protection and privacy measures, Kinney Firm, can review your framework and improve your processes to minimize the impact a data breach may have on your organization and ensure you have a plan in place, so you and your organization can move forward confidently.