10 Steps For Preventing A Data Breach

10 Steps For Preventing A Data Breach

Your company can face costly putative class action lawsuits by the unauthorized exposure of data alone

The following steps are a guideline of measures you should take in order to mitigate the risk of a data breach. Keep in mind that the cost to prevent a data breach is far less than the fines and reputation damage from an actual data breach. With these steps you will be able to:

  • See gaps in your policies and procedures for final disposition of non-paper electronic media, if any.

  • Properly evaluate a vendor for removal of your end-of-life electronics.

  • Learn more about government regulations for handling data. 

  • Know the do's and don'ts of electronics disposition.

And The Award Goes To... e-End!

During the 1st Annual Mistaken Identity Gala on May 19, Steve and Arleen Chafitz, President and Owner of e-End, were honored for their philanthropic work in education. Some of the e-End team loaded up a limousine and traveled to the gala together, such as they worked together to make a difference in the lives of those served by Mistaken Identity. Click here to read more about e-End's act of kindness.

The night was full of laughter, feel-goods and applause. Here are some pictures of the evening: