Q3 issue of Equifax Quarterly Insights focuses on how communications, digital media and utility service providers can better protect customer data.
It is critical for business entities to take the proper measures to safeguard the PII (Personally Identifiable Information) they obtain. PII can include a wide range of components such as an individual’s name, home address, telephone number, mother’s maiden name, date of birth, social security number, driver’s license number, passport number, or government-issued unique ID number. Unique biometric data, account identifiers, and access codes and passwords may also be considered PII.
Today, an increasing amount of PII is collected over online and mobile channels. While this makes service activation fast and convenient, it can also potentially increase your exposure to data breaches or other compromised activities. To address this challenge, the third issue of the Equifax Quarterly Insights newsletter for communications, digital media and utility service providers explores what can be done to help you better protect your customers, your reputation, and your bottom line.
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