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After the Breach: How Companies Respond to Data Breaches and How to Prevent Becoming One of Them
Today, companies that experience data breaches are being held accountable. Recently, California law dictated that organizations that suffer breaches must formally notify any CA citizens whose data has been or is believed to have been stolen in the breach. Much can be learned about the consequences of a breach by looking at these formal notifications. Lessons are also to be learned about how to prevent one.
That’s why we are offering our digital thought leadership piece After the Breach: How Companies Respond to Data Breaches and How to Prevent Becoming One of Them. You can access the free digital resource by filling out the form.
Read After the Breach: How Companies Respond to Data Breaches and How to Prevent Becoming One of Them and learn:
- Some of the companies that have experienced significant data breaches
- What types of vulnerabilities the hackers exploited
- How the organizations responded
- How to take a proactive approach to cybersecurity
“A data breach can happen to any type or size of organization. Breaches that occur through vulnerabilities in endpoints and third-party applications are only the tip of the iceberg.”
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Clare Computer Solutions has been offering enterprise-level IT services to companies of all sizes in the Bay Area for more than 30 years. Our engineers average over 11 years of experience in the IT Support industry. We are driven by our passion to help your company grow and succeed, so we strive to understand your business requirements, making us a leader in IT Support Customer Service.