Two Tips to Improve Handling of Customer Data

Being a business owner in this era, hopefully you recognize that customer data has become more and more precious. Hackers are doing all they can to exploit businesses for their customer data, which is not limited to phishing, malware, or ransomware anymore; hackers have found ways to test the morals of your employees, too. Protecting your company against data breach isn’t a “hope it doesn’t happen to us” thing; you need to take steps to establish the security of the data you harbor. Here are a few tips to ensure the safety of your customer data.

1. Protect Customer Data Like You Protect Your Money

You wouldn’t give just anyone in your organization the passwords and account information to your business checking accounts, would you? Certainly not! It’s time you start treating your customer data like that too. To safeguard this information, you should allow only trusted key-members of your organization to have access to your customer information. In fact, for some industries, like health care, your restricting access to patient data is already a legal requirement.

2. Commit to Protect

With so many competitors in the market, as a business owner, you need to do something that will encourage a customer to buy from you instead of from the competitor. These days, that looks like differentiating through data protection. Your committing to protect your customers’ data is essential to gaining and retaining customers. People will not do business with you if they feel their private or identifying information is at stake. That’s where LibertyID can help.

LibertyID is the leader in identity theft restoration having restored the identities of tens of thousands of individuals without fail. If you retain personal information on your customers, now it is time to get data breach planning and a response program in place with our LibertyID for Small Business data breach defense program. With LibertyID Enterprise you can now add value to existing products, services, or relationships by covering your customers, employees, or members—at a fraction of our retail price—with no enrollment and no file sharing. We have no direct communication with your group members–until they need us.

Call us now for a no obligation proposal at 844-411-LIBERTY (844-411-5423).