The COVID-19 outbreak has accelerated digital transformation and upended business and life as usual. As the threat of cybercrime and data breaches continue to disrupt businesses during this time, being prepared for an incident is a must for organizations of all sizes.
Experian’s new and improved 2021 Data Breach Response Guide is here to help you defend your network and prepare for a data breach with insights and the latest industry trends.
This year, we also have a new feature to help you quickly and effectively prepare for a data breach. The new Experian Reserved Response™ Hub delivers a digital, self-service destination to create, plan, prepare and pressure-test your data breach response plan. Companies that access the Hub can:
- Download data breach readiness reading materials
- Access proven notification templates
- Get the FAQ template and pre-breach incident checklist
- Access multiple levels of Experian Reserved Response™ services
- See Experian Reserved Response™ guarantees (with SLAs) for manpower, infrastructure, and response readiness
- And more!
Data breach incidents can happen to any business, of any size, at any time, all over the world. On average, organizations can save $2 million if they have an established incident response team with a plan that has been tested extensively, according to the IBM and Ponemon 2020 Cost of a Data Breach Report.
Failing to respond to a breach properly can cause brand damage, customer migration, executive termination, and more. Experian Reserved Response™ is the only program that guarantees SLAs and can have your plan ready in as little as three days. With over 17 years of experience managing tens of thousands of data breaches, we’re here to help you plan and pressure-test your response process.
To get Response Ready™, download our latest Data Breach Response Guide and access to our new Reserved Response Hub today.