Despite a company's best efforts to protect its employees’ and customers’ personally identifiable information, this data can be compromised, leaving the company potentially liable for failure to protect that private data.
Even if a data breach is not confirmed but only suspected, the company could be subject to federal and state privacy and notification laws. In response, we offer tools and services to help mitigate this risk and loss on a pre- and post-breach basis; support that could be invaluable at the time of loss.
Current OneBeacon policyholders or prospects may be eligible and should consult with their independent agent or broker for details.
Check out this whitepaper written by John Wurzler and published on the SANS Institute InfoSec Reading Room! The paper covers the various exposures that companies now face as they increasingly rely on twenty-first century technology.
The need for secrets and privacy is ever-present in today’s digital environment. To facilitate these protections, a wide variety of encryption and cryptographic systems are in use.
Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is so prevalent in our everyday lives that it is difficult not to somehow expose this information to the scrutiny of companies, organizations, or other individuals. Whether it’s making a cell phone call, logging on to the internet, using an ATM or even throwing an old credit card bill into the garbage, there are a myriad of ways in which data can be exposed.