CEO On Experian Investigating If Involved In Brazilian Data Leak

Following the news that Experian is investigating whether they were involved in the Brazil data breach, the CEO commented below.

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Jeremy Hendy
Jeremy Hendy , CEO
InfoSec Expert
February 9, 2021 2:43 pm

<p style=\"font-weight: 400;\">Data breaches are regularly collated into compilations for posting or individually re-shared, so businesses are right to be especially vigilant if they have had a breach incident in the past. Identifying if a breach contains data from a specific organisation can be difficult where large data sets are involved.</p> <p> </p> <p style=\"font-weight: 400;\">Continuous monitoring and breach detection give companies an early warning and opportunity to investigate; before the story goes to press. More importantly, they can notify regulatory bodies and those affected in a timely way. Combining services like Dark Web monitoring with data watermarking can help further by allowing businesses to know for sure if their data has been included.</p>

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