Award-winning breach reporting solution that takes the worry & fear out of complying with regulatory bodies.
Should the worst happen, this breach reporting service enables you to accurately report your breach within the regulated timeframe.
Most organisations are often unaware they have suffered a data breach, much less know how to properly report it. By adding this service to your company’s reporting processes & procedures, CSR will assess the breach in question & report It to the required supervisory authority. With a response time of less then two hours & proof of compliance after a breach occurs, you will be provided with a defensible position if it was to go to litigation.
How Does it Work?
If a data breach has occurred or is suspected of occurring, the first step will be to call CSR’s Breach Reporting service. After your company details are verified, you will then be taken through a step-by-step guide to discuss the potential breach in question.
Available 24/7 & with 100% reporting success, the process will cover:
- The breach/suspected breach
- Was it accessed by an unauthorised user
- Company representative details or DPO
- Type of personal data that was involved (industry, sector, etc.)
- File count
- EU regulations
- Member State regulations
- Other countries
- Notification requirements
- Remaining steps to cover compliance...
As a result of the details above & the specific breach, CSR will determine the next steps & guide you through the reporting process to ensure your breach is reported accurately & within the regulations pertaining to the country the breach is in connection to.
Report a Data Breach
To start receiving these services, talk to a team member, or request additional information or a copy of our GDPR brochure, please click the button below or contact a member of our team directly.
For a detailed listing of Data Privacy Regulatory information, specific to the Republic of Ireland - Click here.
For a detailed listing of Data Privacy Regulatory information, specific to the United Kingdom - Click here.
This does not constitute as legal advice.