Warsaw, 12 October 2021
Companies are looking for ways to educate their clients and employees about good cybersecurity practices and a way to raise awareness of identity protection and social engineering used by fraudsters.
Every second of each day, 12 people on the web become victims of data theft
Digital consumption is increasing for consumers who now go online to work, bank, shop and socialize. Cybercrime can even affect school children as many have been moved to online learning and some demographics may be more prone to cybercrime and fraud than others. Overall, statistics show that younger people lose money to fraud more often compared to older people.
Consumers won’t always know when their personal and financial information is being offered up for sale on the dark web and criminals wait for the most opportunistic time to release stolen data. Consumers need the best tools to take control of their personal information.
Credit education programs create a valuable, differentiated experience that engages your customers and creates additional channels to communicate with them.
The cyber and identity theft landscape is complex and unpredictable. When attacks happen, they happen fast, in just minutes. That means response and recovery are just as important as protection and detection, and this is where Experian can help customers and employees.
Identity Theft Protection is a complementary match for many company’s services by offering Identity Theft Protection as part of its service or product offering. It acts as an incentive to attract new customers, it can be offered to existing customers as part of loyalty campaign and as a regular touchpoint to promote awareness and education on Identity Theft Protection.
It can act as a pro-active protection “before the theft” occurs service, and an assisted restoration support “if the theft” occurs to help drive loyalty and as well as driving additional and new revenues for the company.