Epiq boosts cybersecurity services with global identity and credit monitoring

May 14, 2024
1 min read



TLDR:

  • Epiq partners with CyEx to offer comprehensive identity and credit monitoring solutions
  • These solutions protect against financial, medical, and minor fraud

Epiq has announced a partnership with CyEx to expand its global cyber incident response offerings. This partnership allows Epiq to provide specialty identity and credit monitoring solutions designed to protect against various forms of fraud such as financial, medical, and minor. Jerry Thompson, President of CyEx LLC, mentioned that the partnership will offer advanced monitoring beyond traditional services, tailored to the specific type of cyber incident or fraud.

One of the key elements of this partnership is CyEx’s portfolio of solutions, which includes Medical Shield, Financial Shield, Minor Defense, and Privacy Shield. These solutions are specifically designed for data breach events, providing comprehensive monitoring and alerts in different areas such as healthcare, finance, and protecting minors. Privacy Shield, in particular, helps victims of data misuse by concealing identities and reducing online footprints.

Epiq’s Vice President of eDiscovery and Cyber Solutions, Brandon Hollinder, highlighted the company’s expertise in cyber incident response and how they have successfully assisted numerous global companies in handling complex data breach situations. By partnering with CyEx, Epiq can enhance their incident response plans with monitoring solutions relevant to the type of breach, leading to quicker and more efficient responses to data breaches.

Overall, the collaboration between Epiq and CyEx aims to provide added value and deeper protection beyond standard credit monitoring to individuals affected by cyber incidents or fraud. With CyEx’s innovative solutions and Epiq’s resources, the partnership brings a unique offering to the market, enabling clients to access real-time credit and identity fraud alerts through an online dashboard easily.


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