PRIVACY IMPACT ASSESSMENT . IDENTIFY . REDUCE PRIVACY RISK
QoS understands how data breaches and exfiltration along with cyber-attacks can disclose our customers’ privacy data which can cripple an organization through extensive response and recovery resources and costs, reputation damage, and litigation. Privacy is one of the biggest cybersecurity concerns of organizations today. In the current climate of endless cyber-attacks and inferior cybersecurity defenses, QoS uses several methods to ensure our customers’ privacy data is protected. Our goal here is succinct – we strive to keep our customers’, their customers’, their partners’, and their employees’ personally identifiable information or PII (data that is used to identify a specific individual) safe through a holistic cybersecurity approach to ensure privacy data is secure. In other words, securing privacy data does not come from a “fire-and-forget” approach to privacy alone, rather it stems from a well thought out program for cybersecurity.
As an example of our support, QoS can help you address your privacy concerns by conducting a privacy impact assessment (PIA) to examine your organization’s information systems to identify privacy data that requires special handling. We routinely conduct PIAs to identify and reduce privacy risks within our customers’ organizations. QoS can accurately report to you how secure your systems are and what measures can be taken to reduce attacks which might expose sensitive PII. Upon completion of a PIA, you will be able to answer:
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