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AllClear ID is the price, service, and product leader in the data breach response industry. We partner with cyber insurers to provide unique solutions that save money and effectively cover data breach events. Our innovative, proactive approach to breach respon... more.
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Bo Holland, Founder & CEO, AllClear ID
9Gauge has been a great partner. From standard bookkeeping to full CFO capabilities, the team at 9Gauge has been instrumental in satisfying our financial needs and requirements."
AllClear ID, founded in 2004 by Bo Holland and headquartered in Austin, Texas provides data breach readiness, response and recovery solutions to mitigate the damage from unauthorized data access.
Bo Holland, the CEO of AllClear ID, commented on the disastrous effects a data breach and improper response can have on a company:
"Cyberattacks are a very real part of doing business today and, we've repeatedly seen the devastating impacts that poorly managed breach responses have on a company," Holland said.
CEOs get fired, customer loyalty and retention tank, and companies experience significant financial losses", says Bo Holland, founder and CEO of AllClear ID. "Reserving the response capacity you need in advance is the most effective way to mitigate the response risk and restore customer confidence after a breach".
Using Reserved Response, businesses are given the confidence and capacity they need to execute critical business decisions immediately following a breach, something which can make or break customer trust and loyalty. They can begin executing their response plans as soon as a breach occurs, reducing the chances of negative publicity and damage to business reputation. "Planning is not enough. If you don't have the operational capacity to communicate to all of your customers and resolve their problems during an emergency, you will fail", Holland adds.
The C-suite should be involved in creating and overseeing a company's pre-breach agreement, said Bo Holland, founder and CEO of AllClear ID, an Austin, Texas-based data breach response organization.
"Given the high stakes and challenging decisions a breach response calls for, it is imperative to have active engagement from the CEO and other C-level executives to drive a comprehensive response plan across business units from the start," Holland said. Bo Holland, founder and CEO, AllClear ID Bo Holland, founder and CEO, AllClear ID Unprepared companies make mistakes that increase breach costs by a factor of three to four times, said Holland. "Mistakes increase direct response costs, lost sales and significantly inflate the legal and regulatory expenses that follow a poorly executed response," he said. "We've seen companies with the best intentions make costly mistakes in the first 72 hours of a breach response due to lack of planning and not calling the right partners early enough for help, resulting in uncoordinated decision-making, confusion and higher costs," he said.