Adam Adler: Don't let a data breach sink your business! Protect your Data
Adam Adler ( Miami, Florida): The consequences of a data breach involve a complex sequence of events specific to the victimized business and its responsibilities to regulators, governments, and customers.
Some of the most important challenges that may arise after a data breach include disruption of business operations, loss of investor and customer trust, and even civil litigation.
The real earnings-crushing consequences come from data breaches with the potential to garner attention from governmental and regulatory bodies such as the Security Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Companies that are the victims of a data breach may also be in trouble with the FTC because of the Federal Trade Commission Act Section 5: Unfair or Deceptive Acts or Practices. If you don't notify those whose personally identifiable information (PII) has been compromised, you can also be in trouble with your state government.
"The damage a data breach can have on a business can be devastating, particularly if the breach was an avoidable one or put customer data at risk, "A company's loss of esteem has the potential to cause the most damage, yet it is the hardest to quantify.
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Our tech can be used for solving current issues of ransomware, database breaches, commercial espionage, leaked communications, hacking, interception, surveillance, tapping, and many more problems currently affecting the industry.
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