Ease the impact a breach can have on your organization; be ready for an incident before it occurs
Evolving global cyber threats impact Canadian consumers, regardless of their demographic characteristics. Developing an efficient and effective response strategy can help your organization equip customers with tools that help combat identity theft, mitigate impacts to your reputation and credibility, and rebuild overall trust. By taking a proactive approach to data breaches, organizations can better protect consumers as well as help to reduce their own financial losses.
A key to safeguarding personal identity
TransUnion's myTrueIdentity platform allows consumers to access their credit information and offers specific features to help safeguard their identity in response to the potential compromise of information involved in a data breach.
Provide consumers with a credit report and notifications to help them identify key changes in their credit history and uncover suspicious activity that may be signs of identity theft. In today’s virtual world, credit-monitoring alerts are a powerful tool to protect against identity theft, enabling quick action against potentially fraudulent activity, and provide overall confidence to potentially impacted consumers.
Identity Remediation and Education
Arming consumers with information about protecting their identities can be an important step in preventing identity theft and fraud from occurring or reoccurring. Consumers can receive preventative credit education and identity resolution information, including steps to take if they think they’ve become victims of identity theft or fraud. These added benefits enhance your customers’ overall experience.