Keeping Corporate Executives Safe in a Digital World
When you take steps to protect your executives’ personal information, your company may avoid phishing scams and social engineering attacks. As a result, you’ll protect your company and executives' reputations. PrivacyBrain removes PII from public view to keep your team safe.
What is Digital Exhaust and How the TOPS Framework Can Help Curb Digital Pollution
Every time you log into a browser, visit a website, sign up for a freebie, make a purchase, post on social media, or participate in any other online activity, you transmit sensitive information into cyberspace. Safe digital hygiene habits can help you reduce your digital footprint.
Using a Privacy Management Platform is Like Installing a Home Security System
Protecting the private data of the people who work for you is a lot like keeping your home or business premises safe. Just as you safeguard those properties with security systems, you can protect your executives and employees with good digital hygiene.
Is User-Generated Content Putting Your PII at Risk?
User-generated content (UGC) is anything a user posts themselves. UGC might include social media posts or comments, YouTube videos, product or service reviews, discussions on forums like Reddit, and more – and it can be full of PII that can be easily accessed, stolen, or manipulated.
Are Your Company’s Executives at Risk for Swatting?
You can think of swatting as the (very dangerous) next-level in prank phone calls. Several Facebook and Instagram executives, including CEO Adam Mosseri, were swatted after personal information was leaked on the web. A subscription-based service like PrivacyBrain can help you protect your employees.
Consistent Monitoring Keeps Your Data from Popping Up Again on Broker Sites
If you have a credit history, use social media, or have a high-profile job or personal life, chances are you’ll never be able to keep private information off the internet. While some people use these sites harmlessly, others may use them to locate private information for doxxing.
What is PII and How Can it Impact Employee Safety?
Personally identifiable information (PII) is any personal data that can be used alone or in combination with other information to identify an individual. Do your policies and procedures around the collection, storage, and management of PII instill confidence in your employees?