It’s a moment we hope won’t ever come – learning that your information has been a part of a data breach. But for more and more Americans (more than 250 million in 2013), breached information notifications are a new and unpleasant reality. What next, then, after you receive that letter or email?
Knowing how to respond in these kinds of time-sensitive situations can help you to limit the damage from a breached information event. A notification can also be an important time to audit your current practices. Check over our infographic for ways to help maximize your information protection practices at a pivotal time.
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