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DATA BREACH RESPONSE: SMEs UNDER THREAT

The explosion in technology use has made business faster and more connected than ever. While this has afforded UK businesses unprecedented opportunities, it has also led to the emergence of an environment where business takes place with a constant undercurrent of the threat of data breach, from which no organisation is immune.

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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.

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

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DATA BREACH RESPONSE: SMEs UNDER THREAT

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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

Respond, reassure and recover in the event of a data breach

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The General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") is new EU legislation expected to be published in 2016 and to apply in 2018, and is expected to include new personal data breach reporting requirements for businesses. While the pace of change may pose a challenge for many organisations, 2016 is not the year for complacency. Businesses, no matter what size, face the reality that it could happen to them.  This is especially true for small to medium sized enterprises, whose very survival could be at stake.

In this whitepaper, we elaborate on the following findings:
>    Cyber security: attacks - internal and external – are growing in number and nature by the day.
>    Legislative landscape: changing EU data protection laws mean preventing and responding to a data breach requires preparation.
>    Complacency: many SMEs are still complacent about the danger of data breaches.
>    Preparation: many SME response plans are far from comprehensive and lack consideration for long-term implications.
>    Miscalculated costs: Government figures of data breach costs for SMEs are far greater than SMEs estimate.

What is covered in the whitepaper?

In this whitepaper, we elaborate on the following findings:


       Cyber security: attacks - internal and external – are growing in number and nature by the day.
       Legislative landscape: with EU data protection legislation also changing, preventing and responding to a personal data breach will require preparation to overcome complexities.
       Complacency: many SMEs are still complacent about the danger of data breaches.
       Preparation: many SME response plans are far from comprehensive and lack consideration for long-term implications.
       Miscalculated costs: Government figures of data breach costs for SMEs are far greater than SMEs estimate.

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