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Iona College creates data breach-free campus

Andy Williams   ||   Mar 02, 2009  ||   

New Rochelle, N.Y.-based Iona College has deployed a a security solution designed to protect against ID theft. The college has installed CampusWatch from Framingham, Mass.-based Identity Force, which is designed to eliminate the threat of data breaches while providing identity theft protection to students, faculty and staff.

CampusWatch protects against ID theft using prevention, detection, restoration and reimbursement tools to stop identity thieves. CampusWatch also helps colleges and universities comply with federal and state identity theft-related rules, laws and regulations.

The program also provides a financial literacy education program designed to help students become better able to manage financial matters, protect their personal information and eliminate threats caused by mishandling personal information.

CampusWatch provides on-line policies, training and education to eliminate the threat of data breaches. If an incident was to occur, a $50,000 safety net of notification and protection services would activate automatically.

Identity Force is a provider of proactive identity theft protection for individuals, businesses and government agencies.

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