How to Create Your Cyber-Incident Response Plan
Any response plan worthy of being relied upon must be custom tailored to your company and regularly updated as threats, technology, and your company evolve.
July 25, 2016
You keep hearing it— it is not a matter of whether a cyber-security incident will hit your company, but when. An incident can include a number of events, such as suspicious network activity; theft or loss of physical assets like laptops, phones, or thumb drives; malware; credit card theft; phishing attempts; ransomware; or website defacement. Are you ready for any of these? Does your company have a response plan? Is it written down? Are others aware of it? Has it been tested?
First published on InsideCounsel, July 25, 2016
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