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Shareholders, employees, and customers rely on senior executives to guide their company, protect its interests, and deliver excellent value for the products and services the company provides.

Meeting those expectations relies, in part, on protecting and securing the organization’s proprietary, confidential, and personal information.

And yet, despite the importance of tight information security, only 31% of C-Suite Executives said they train employees more than once a year on their industry’s legal compliance requirements.1

When employees don’t know how to identify and secure confidential information, the business is at serious risk for an information breach.

Protect your confidential information. Protect your business.

The impact is substantial.

The average cost of a data breach now exceeds


in fines, penalties, and lost revenue

Cost of a Data Breach, North America, Ponemon Institute, 2016

On average, the number of records stolen is nearly


records per security breach incident

Cost of a Data Breach, North America, Ponemon Institute, 2016.

On average, companies that experienced an information breach:

Lost as much as


of their clients

The Impact of Data Breaches on Reputation and Share Value. Ponemon Institute, 2017

Saw a stock decline of as much as


after experiencing a  breach

The Impact of Data Breaches on Reputation and Share Value. Ponemon Institute, 2017

Took as long as


to recover financially

The Impact of Data Breaches on Reputation and Share Value. Ponemon Institute, 2017

Protecting confidential information is more than passwords.

Not everything your organization collects, stores, or handles is digital. When financial forecasts or year-end results get printed, or when reports or agendas are circulated for a meeting, they are at risk of getting into the wrong hands if they are not handled and disposed of properly and securely.

And for that reason alone, every business is at-risk of an information breach.

Up to 25% of information breaches are caused by employee error or negligence.2

It’s not just you that you have to worry about. It’s your employees, too.

Without clear practices and policies for the handling and disposal of confidential information, you are relying on your staff to make the right choices when discarding of documents. And if they are choosing between the trash can or in the recycling bin, neither one is secure. Confidential information that hasn’t been securely destroyed poses a significant risk to your information security.

To make matters even riskier, 37% of businesses said they don’t monitor how often employees remove confidential information from the office!!1

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Learn to recognize the risks.

If you create, collect, or dispose of these types of documents, you and your organization could be at-risk for an information breach ––

  • Payroll
  • Financial Statements
  • Balance Sheets
  • Contracts
  • Invoices
  • Purchase Orders
  • Tax Filings and Internal Audits
  • Strategic Development Plans

Protecting your confidential information isn’t just good business, it’s the law!

Any organization that works with personal and confidential information is heavily regulated and governed. And the laws designed to protect identities, financial data, and personal privacy come with strict rules and strong fines. We can help you stay compliant.

In addition to industry regulations governing information privacy, here are a few of the key information security laws that also apply:

  • Gramm-Leach Bliley Act
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act
  • Privacy breach notification laws enacted by each state
  • Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards
  • Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA)
  • Red Flag Rules
  • General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

We know the relevant legislation. We can help you stay compliant.

Protecting your confidential information isn’t just good business, it’s the law!
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