A detailed and vetted incident response plan is critical for limiting a cyber attack’s impact – it can ensure regulatory and legal compliance, save resources and decrease the response time. This article outlines: steps to take in advance of drafting the response plan; what to include in the plan; and plan testing measures. For in-depth coverage on the topic, see our three-part guide to developing and implementing a successful cyber incident response plan: “From Data Mapping to Evaluation” (Apr. 27, 2016); “Seven Key Components” (May 11, 2016); and “Does Your Plan Work?” (May 25, 2016).
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Webinar: Building a Strong Relationship Between Privacy and Information Security Teams for Effective Data Protection
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