Data Breach Reporting
Alaska Archives Breach Reporting Service ™ (BRS) powered by CSR
Every business has Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
As long as you have the personal information of a Customer, Employee, or Vendor, you have PII – information that can identify an individual and possibly lead to identity theft or fraud. Alaska Archives protects records and data sent offsite, but there are many other forms of PII that are active inside your organization and are vulnerable to a breach.
You need to be protected.
As part of our information management and protection solutions, Alaska Archives is proud to partner with CSR to offer your business patented, award-winning Breach Reporting Service ™.
Alaska Archives Breach Reporting Service ™, powered by CSR, takes the headache and hassle out of the legal requirements to report any compromise, or suspected compromise, of PII to an ever-increasing number of authorities, as well as mandated notification to your customers. Breach Reporting Service ™ is the only service helping hundreds of thousands of organizations just like yours with 24/7 coverage for every possible reporting mandate.
Learn more. Watch the video here.
How does it work? 4 simple steps ensure compliance and peace-of-mind:
In the event of a breach, or suspected breach, you can call the Breach Reporting Intake Center 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, toll-free at 888-301-6449.
A certified CSR Privacy Professional will discuss the breach incident with you and obtain all the necessary facts to ensure nothing is left to chance.
The CSR Privacy Professional will evaluate the incident using the powerful and patented CSR systems.
CSR will complete the necessary reports on your behalf, file them with the authorities and send the legally required notifications to affected customers.
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You can also visit the CSR Website for more information.