Protecting customer data across your supply chain is tough
Keep customer data safe and secure
But customers are increasingly choosing brands they trust with their data
Data breaches are inevitable. Understanding if a breach contains your customer data can be a real challenge when you’re protecting potentially millions of records and breached data is continually reposted and recycled in compilation breaches.
Reporting breaches in a timely way simply isn’t possible unless you don’t know a breach has occurred. Only looking inside the network won’t help. Regulators are penalising businesses that take longer to detect breaches if they don’t have the right tools in place.
Gone are the days when you simply had to worry about protecting customer data in your datacentre. Using 3rd party providers, partners and applications has increased your digital risk and when breach occurs, how can you identify where it came from?
This mini eBook uses real-life examples to show the types of data criminals are after your and how this data can be used to target your customers in scams and fraud campaigns. Read now to get practical tips on how to prevent incidents and reduce risk.
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Securely scan for customer data breaches on the surface, deep and Dark web. Check if thousands, even millions of customer records are included in breaches with continuous monitoring using encrypted data. Understand quickly if you or your partners are the source of a breach.
Detect breaches as soon as they are posted on surface deep or Dark Web sites and marketplaces with round the clock monitoring and instant alerts. Notify regulatory authorities in a timely way and minimise any financial penalties to your organisation.
Use synthetic IDs for good and watermark data so that you can share it with partners and applications confidently. When a breach occurs, you’ll know precisely where it came from and be able to quickly establish which customers have been affected.
Here is a selection of resources to help you protect your customers from digital risk.
This whitepaper explains how digital watermarks in your customer data sets can provide real-time alerts if data is breached, leaked, or misused – buying you valuable time to remediate the breach, and providing traceability back to the source of the leak.
If your customer data is breached from anywhere in your digital supply chain, it can lead to follow-on attacks including phishing, fraud, identity compromise or brute force attacks. View this recorded webinar to see how the latest solutions can prevent this.
Data breaches originating from your supply chain are often amongst the most damaging, especially when they involve customer data. They can be difficult to trace, hard to resolve, and almost impossible to prevent across your entire supply chain. This whitepaper explores five techniques to detect when your customer data has been compromised – and respond before more damage is done.