Privacy for Business Employees and Executives

Your Company is Diverse.

Protecting the privacy and well-being of your employees is more important than ever to continue your diversity & inclusion efforts.

Harassment, such as online stalking, doxxing (exposing someone’s sensitive personal information to harm them), and physical threats, can have a serious impact on employee wellness, safety, and productivity. Increasingly, malicious individuals that use these intimidation techniques are gaining access to sensitive employee personal information via the web. Anyone in your organization that attracts attention for their opinions, politics, religion, or lifestyle is at risk of being targeted, especially women, members of the LGBTQ community, and ethnic and religious minorities. According to Pew Research, roughly 70% of these individuals have encountered harassment online, and 51% have been targeted for severe forms of online abuse. When abusers can easily find an employee’s personal information from a web search, harassment can range from on-line to physical threats at their home. DeleteMe stops this quickly, effectively and cost-efficiently!

41%

of Americans report experiencing severe online hate or harassment, including sexual harassment, stalking, and physical threats.

51%

of LGBTQ people have been harassed online.

32%

were targeted due to sexual or political orientation, religion, race or ethnicity, gender identity or disability.

Your employees can bring their whole self to work. We can all be changemakers.

By removing exposed employee personal information, organizations make it psychologically safer for employees to bring their whole self to work. A positive, inclusive workplace contributes to happiness and career satisfaction for the entire workforce.

Impact On Operational Performance

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These should include: Cybersecurity services that protect against hacking, impersonation, doxing, and identity theft, including password managers, such as Password or LastPass, and data scrubbers, such as DeleteMe or PrivacyDuck; mental health care or counseling; legal counseling; and guidance, such as PEN America’s Online Harassment Field Manual.

What to Do When Your Employee Is Harassed Online

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