Privacy for Business Employees and Executives

Are you completely protected?

Proactively reducing employee personal information exposure helps secure your network & data.

You’ve implemented layers of security across perimeter, device, data, application, and user access. But is exposed employee personal information now becoming the weakest link in your security chain? Employee personal information vulnerabilities don’t just affect individuals. They often serve as an entry point for cybercriminals targeting an organization by exploiting easily found employee personally identifiable information, with Phishing & Malware/Ransomware attacks. So, the “new endpoint protection” for IT security teams is not the device or network, it’s the person.

56%

suffered from a ransomware attack in the last 12 months.

66%

of organizations saw targeted phishing attempts in 2020.

36%

not confident that employees would spot & avoid an email phishing attack.

$4M spent annually by organizations dealing with phishing attacks

Ponemon Institute

Security as a Competitive Business Advantage

Forward looking organizations view security as a competitive marketing advantage. Reducing security risk exposure is becoming a standard requirement in most new business contracts. Having a proactive removal service for exposed employee personally identifiable information, and on-going monitoring, provides a capability and corporate confidence advantage when included in new business RFP responses.

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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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