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Protect the Personally Identifiable Information (PII) of your employees and customers

PII is any information that can identify an individual and possibly lead to identity theft or fraud. All businesses have PII, it comes from customers, employees, and vendors and is usually found in every department. It can be as obvious as a social security number or just an email address or phone number.



Protect yourself and your business

Many laws cover the retention and/or destruction of PII, breach and consumer notification protocol. Your responsibility for data protection encompasses all paper records and electronic files containing PII.

Allshred Services Readiness Pro Edition, powered by CSR, will help your business reduce the risk of a data breach, and in the event of an actual or suspected breach, CSR takes the headache and hassle out of the legal requirements to report the loss or breach of PII to an ever-increasing number of authorities, as well as mandated notification to your customers.

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Breach Reporting and Readiness Services

What is the CSR Breach Reporting Service?

CSR’s team of in-house privacy professionals use a patented award-winning service to fulfill your mandated requirement to comply with federal, state, and other laws to report the loss of personally identifiable information to authorities and notify affected individuals.

How does this service work?

It’s a simple process. In the event that personally identifiable information is lost, or suspected to be lost, stolen, or compromised:

  1. You call the toll-free number 800-227-4733
  2. Privacy expert interviews you
  3. Privacy review panel determines
  4. If reports need to be filed with authorities
  5. If notification needs to go to consumers and/or others
  6. Reports are filed with authorities
  7. You are notified of reporting and whether consumer notification is required
  8. You provide input for privacy expert to implement consumer notification

Why do businesses need this service?

All organizations that have employees, customers, or vendors must, by law, comply with requirements to report and notify consumers of the loss, or suspected loss, of personally identifiable information.

Failure to report actual or suspected data loss – whether accidental or criminal – within legally mandated time frames may lead to fines, as well as civil and criminal sanctions.

Lost trust means lost sales. The fallout of data breaches has caused businesses to close their doors. The FTC and Visa recommend that businesses plan ahead to reduce risk.

Liability rests entirely with you, as well as civil and criminal sanctions, on both state and federal levels. Penalties for missing just one report to authorities can be $15,000-$100,000!

What will the CSR Breach Reporting Service do for me?

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.

What number do I call in the event I think I have lost personally identifiable information?

In the event you believe you may have lost personal data, call 800-227-4733

Is this breach insurance?

No. This is not breach insurance. The Breach Reporting Service™ is not an insurance product. It is a service to provide breach reporting and consumer notification. Insurance provides payment for loss.



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