California Senate Bill 1386 requires those that store personal or confidential information of California residence in an electronic database to immediately notify those individuals when a security breach has occurred. This requirement applies even if there is no evidence that the information was stolen. Many believe that other states will soon follow with similar laws.
Reporting such breaches can be both costly and damaging to your company. The best policy is to prevent breaches in the first place. We can help you by conducting a detailed assessment and developing a plan to upgrade your security infrastructure. Once you have your security program developed and implemented, Intersec can conduct routine assessments to ensure you are maintaining your security standards - providing you with continual data protection.
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