What to Do After a Data Breach

No two data breaches are alike, but we can help you find the right tools to start your recovery from a breach.

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Data Breach Recovery Plan

It may feel daunting to know where to start after a data breach. You’ll want to take steps to protect your credit and your identity to help reduce the risk of fraud and any potential financial loss. 

Not every breach is the same, so take the steps that apply to your scenario and what data was compromised. For example, you may have account login information exposed in one breach, but your phone number and address in another. Below you’ll find common recommendations of actions you can take to help reduce impact. 

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