Committed to helping small business, Accurate Data Partners offers the highest quality protection at the lowest possible price. Accurate Data Partners is run by the leading experts in identity theft, data protection and privacy. Read More
Originally launched at the request of small business associations looking to provide cost effective protection and compliance with the Red Flags Rule, Accurate Data Partners is committed to being the trusted advisor to small business in the areas of data protection, privacy and identity theft. What sets Accurate Data Partners apart from the rest of the industry is that while we are committed to helping your business meet multiple compliance requirements, what we are really out to accomplish is helping you reduce your potential liability and by educating and training you and your employees to do the right thing to protect your business, your customers and your employees.
Most companies will tell you why you can’t do thing, but very few will tell you how you can. At Accurate Data Partners, we are committed to adding real value to you and your company by showing you how you can reduce the chance for data loss, increase protection for sensitive data and providing documentation to support these efforts and prove that you are taking reasonable steps to protect your company, your customers and your employees.
James McCartney is a leading expert in the areas of Identity Theft, Privacy and Identity Management, specializing in managing the balance between government necessity, corporate desire and personal privacy. He is a coauthor of the book If You Are Me, Then Who Am I – Why Identity Theft Matters to Consumers and Businesses, a founding partner of Accurate Data Partners and an Identity Management and Privacy Consultant with Deloitte.
John P. Gardner, Jr. is an attorney and one of the nations leading experts on Identity Theft. While others were scrambling to tell people to lock their mailboxes and shred their credit card statements, Mr. Gardner was warning consumers of the potential health risks, Social Security and tax issues, financial disasters, and the reality that they could face false imprisonment as a result of someone stealing their identity.