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We want to be clear that Data Breach Security Training does have ongoing commission based relationships with other businesses and time to time we may recommend those companies and their services or products to our clients. Be aware of the affiliate relationships between Data Breach Security Training (parent – Mission Possible LLC) and LegalShield.com and also, ShareFile.com. For an all inclusive current list with whom we have a commission based relationship or an affiliate relationship, please contact us at compliance -at-databreachsecuritytraining.com. These stated companies pay a commission fee to Data Breach Security Training for referred clients who engage with their company, services, and/or products. Data Breach Security Training (parent – Mission Possible LLC) have used or are currently using these products themselves prior to endorsement.