#QuarantineReady – Work from Home Tool Kit

The following content is provided by Defeat The Breach Coalition Member Providence Consulting.

Unexpected changes can be challenging to manage. If you are finding the transition into social distancing and remote work hard to navigate, we've collected some resources and tools that you may find useful during these times.

Your Organization was breached! Now what? (Part 4 of 4)

Your IT technician has just informed you that your business has suffered a data security breach. Now what should you do?

Content Provided by Defeat The Breach Member
Fraser Trebilcock P.C.

Click here for Part 1 of this series.

Step 4: You have notified affected customers and vendors of the data breach.

Your Organization was breached! Now what? (Part 3 of 4)

Your IT technician has just informed you that your business has suffered a data security breach. Now what should you do?

Content Provided by Defeat The Breach Member
Fraser Trebilcock P.C.

Click here for Part 1 of this series.

Step 3: You have identified recipients that require notification and have obtained their contact information.

Your Organization was breached! Now what? (Part 1 of 4)

Your IT technician has just informed you that your business has suffered a data security breach. Now what should you do?

Content Provided by Defeat The Breach Member
Fraser Trebilcock P.C.

Data breach incidents continue to make headlines. WhatsApp, Facebook, iPhones, health insurers, money managers, the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, the U.S. Department of Defense, an NBA team and dozens (if not hundreds) more businesses and entities were hacked in 2019 alone.

[Podcast] What is Michigander Style CyberSecurity?

Coalition Founding Members Jeff Dettloff of Providence Consulting, Thad Morgan of Fraser Trebilcock and Barb Holland of Truscott Rossman join Chris Buck on his podcast: Michigan ReImagined to talk about the frightening pace of data breaches, identity theft and CyberSecurity as a whole and what they mean for Michigan Organizations.

Is Your Amazon Account a Security Risk?

If your Amazon account is only secured by a password, especially if it is a password that you've used for other accounts, all the information in your Amazon account could be at risk. With the rise in phishing attacks this holiday season, we recommend setting up 2FA as soon as possible to help protect your account and secure your personal information.

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