In the event of a breach of PII, the clock starts ticking to comply with laws and regulations. This breach reporting service helps Kefron customers through the complicated reporting process and allows them to accurately report a breach within the regulated timeframe.
CSR's award-winning breach reporting solution guides our customers through the intricate reporting process & allows them to accurately report a breach within the regulated timeframe.
Should the worst happen, this breach reporting service enables our customers to accurately report their breach within the regulated timeframe.
Most organisations are often unaware they have suffered a data breach, much less know how to properly report it. By adding this service to our customer’s reporting processes & procedures, CSR will assess the breach in question & report it to the required supervisory authority. With a response time of less then two hours & proof of compliance after a breach occurs, our customers will be provided with a defensible position if it was to go to litigation.
In the event of an actual or suspected breach of PII, the CSR Breach Reporting Service can be contacted by the following numbers:
In the event of the actual or suspected breach of PII, the CSR Breach Reporting Service reports to authorities and notifies consumers, as required.
Your call to the in-house CSR team of privacy professionals initiates a custom evaluation of your incident to determine if authorities and consumers must be notified. CSR files the necessary breach reports on your behalf, and consumer notification can be prepared with your input.
When a breach occurs, the clock starts ticking to comply with GDPR. Reporting involves the where, when and how of the incident.
Almost every state has enacted a data breach notification statute. These laws generally require businesses that have personal information about residents within a state to notify those residents when that data is compromised.
A breach can occur in many ways, including through lost laptops or smart phones, improper disposal of paper records, or intrusion into your network or PC by hackers. The definition continues to expand.