Data privacy is grabbing a lot of headlines these days: Snowden and the NSA leak, credit card database hacks at major retailers, including Target and Neiman Marcus, and healthcare reform and its push for electronic medical records. And when it comes to the protection of sensitive information, every organization – government and private – needs to be on its toes.
As the world becomes increasingly data-driven, anxieties over data privacy are on the rise, especially among organizations that rely on data for their operations. To these data-conscious enterprises, sensitive information is an asset that should be secured in a titanium vault, equipped with motion sensors and retinal scanners, and on lock-down 24/7. But, by necessity, it gets transferred over networks and even stored in the cloud.
To heighten these organizations’ alarm, there are the far-too-common stories of data breaches and their consequences. There is the continued fallout from the Target breach, the disclosure of a credit information hack at Neiman Marcus, and a report of more than 30 million PHI breaches in 2013, among many others.
Finely-tuned privacy protection initiatives are mission critical. And they can be a challenge to maintain in rapidly changing technological and legal environments. In addition to sophisticated technical understanding, these initiatives require expert knowledge of regulatory and compliance changes, skilled project management, ongoing staff education and training, and thorough planning for when incidents do occur.
Lunarline’s privacy services are designed to put all of these proficiencies to work for organizations. With a catalog of solutions, years of experience in both the private and public sectors and a deep understanding of today’s complex networked environments, Lunarline partners with our clients to solve today’s privacy challenge effectively, as well as address possible future issues.
More specifically, our privacy services help clients:
- Respond thoroughly to data breaches and minimize damage.
- Identify and resolve compliance gaps.
- Meet global compliance demands and secure data for international operations.
- Manage data privacy projects.
- Train personnel through Lunarline’s School of Cyber-Security.
- Provide program governance and oversight.
For a more complete understanding, you can find detailed information on these capabilities in the privacy services section of the Lunarline web site. If you are ready to tighten security on your organization’s critical data assets, contact Lunarline today to discuss how we can customize solutions for you