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Jan. 14, 2014 9:30 am

This app tells you how to respond to a data breach

It's the second app from Fox Rothschild, who launched the New Jersey Divorce app last summer.
Target was the victim of a data breach in December 2013. Photo by Flickr user Miss Shari via Creative Commons, taken on Aug. 20, 2007.

Target was the victim of a data breach in December 2013. Photo by Flickr user Miss Shari via Creative Commons, taken on Aug. 20, 2007.

Is your company prepared for a data breach? (SnapChat and Target weren’t.)

Data Breach 411, a new app from Center City-based law firm Fox Rothschild, acts as a guide on how to prepare for and respond to a data breach, including state data breach laws and federal statutes.

Download the iOS app for free here.

It’s the second app from Fox Rothschild, who launched the New Jersey Divorce app last summer. Data Breach 411 was spearheaded by Scott Vernick, head of the firm’s privacy and data security practice, and built by Wayne-based mobile development company SparkNET.

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