The Protection Bureau Partners with CSR for data breach reporting

April 3, 2018
CSR to provide a full suite of data protection services

(Exton, PA)—The Protection Bureau, the premier Pennsylvania-based integrated security system specialists, recently announced their new partnership with CSR Professional Services, Inc.

As a company that is fully committed to providing the ultimate protection for their customers, The Protection Bureau has partnered with CSR to provide a full suite of the industry leading data protection services for their clients. More information about these services can be found on The Protection Bureau website. 

“Business owners are faced with tremendous threats to their livelihood each day. As the amount of data breaches have soared to record numbers in recent years and complex regulations are continually enforced by state and federal agencies, we felt that it was imperative to find a solution for our clients that would help mitigate their risk, not only from a data breach occurring but the overwhelming fines that are associated with improper or delayed reporting as well”, says J. Matthew Ladd, President of The Protection Bureau. 

The Protection Bureau provides a variety of services including full-building security systems, 24/7 emergency response with real-time alerts, multi-system integration, video analytics, and much more. The Protection Bureau’s new premium data breach protection services represent the most comprehensive, beginning-to-end breach reporting package available on the market today, and the Pro Edition contains risk assessment backed with its award-winning breach reporting service. 

Karen Ladd Baker, The Protection Bureau’s Senior Vice President, adds, “this partnership gives our customers access to CSR’s expertise and allows us to offer our clients an incredible risk assessment program along with a breach notification service at an incredibly economical price point”. 


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