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‘Join the dots’ between your customer and their accounts

Build and maintain trust
It is the decisions made once a breach occurs that have the greatest impact upon customer and employee loyalty, as well as brand and profitability.
Communicate to the people affected
Advise on bespoke notification communications/templates which provide reassurance to customers and employees affected.
Provide customer support, credit and web monitoring services
Supporting customers and employees with registration assistance, credit and web monitoring services and where appropriate dedicated Victims of Fraud services

 

Develop a data breach response plan
Help you manage stakeholders’ concerns and provide reassure through appropriate notification to customers and employees.

 

How we help businesses respond, reassure and recover in the event of a data breach

Following the FCA thematic report on ‘gone-aways’, Life Insurance and Pension providers are now mandated to proactively stay in contact, or find, customers.

In a changing world, where customer expectations are high, this can also present a good foundation for a forward thinking growth strategy that is driven by the customer.

 This paper explores how a single customer view can help Life Insurance and Pension providers achieve new competitive advantage, whilst supporting compliance.

‘Join the dots’ between your customer and their accounts

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