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(Traverse City, MI) 2016 was a year in which numerous companies fell victim to a data breach. This includes big names, such as Target and JP Morgan Chase. Approximately 70,000 customers of Target were affected and 76,000 customers of JP Morgan. Anthem, MySpace and DailyMotion all had to deal with a data breach in 2016 also, and these are only a few of the companies impacted. Every business needs to ensure they remain in compliance with all data breach laws and provide the required notifications if a breach is detected. Revision Legal ( can be of assistance with this.
"A data breach of any size is of concern, as it puts the company at risk. Prevention is always best, and Revision Legal ( understands this. However, there are times when a breach does occur, regardless of what the company did to protect against it. When this is the case, we are here to help clients respond to the attack and ensure they are in compliance with all laws," John Di Giacomo, spokesperson for Revision Legal ( states.
Commerce is no longer limited to a company's immediate region. Thanks to the internet, a business can now serve customers clear across the globe. The world is their customer base, and businesses appreciate this. However, it does make things more complicated when a data breach occurs, as both state and international laws must be complied with when responding to the breach.
"Revision Legal understands the steps that must be taken following a breach to ensure these laws are complied with. Individuals must be notified following a breach, but federal laws regarding these notifications only cover those in the healthcare or financial industries. State laws typically cover who must be notified, how to notify affected parties, what is considered a data breach and more. We walk clients through the steps to ensure nothing is overlooked and they remain in compliance," Di Giacomo continues.
Laws regarding data breaches are constantly changing, as more information is obtained about this crime. Data breach attorneys work to ensure their clients are protected at every stage. Furthermore, they understand the difference between passive and active attacks, the various laws of the states and the role of malware in this crime. Most businesses find they cannot keep up, as cybercriminals continue to become smarter with regards to this crime.
"Visit our website to learn more about data breaches, who is likely to discover them within a company, how America is first in data breaches and why this is of concern. The more a business owner knows, the easier it is to protect against a data breach. We are experts in this field and will work to safeguard your business in any way we can," Di Giacomo promises.
About Revision Legal:
Revision Legal litigates nationwide to secure intellectual property rights, protect businesses that thrive online and understand the connections between technology, the law and business. The company supports an unfiltered internet and free speech and believes that dogs belong on the couch, Michigan remains the most beautiful state and attorneys need to treat their clients with more respect. Revision Legal explains legal complexities in plain language and offers flexible and creative payment terms. Staff members work tirelessly to fulfill their clients' goals.