When the worst happens, you’ll need experts to mitigate the damage.
Cyberattacks happen to businesses everyday all over the world and many do not bounce back. What makes the difference is how they respond.
Assess the risks: Once contained, it is important to determine where the breach came from and the extent of the damage. This will tell us:
Notify those affected: Notification requirements will vary depending on your industry and location. But regardless of regulations, anyone whose information was affected in a data breach needs to be notified. This gives them time to protect themselves from identity theft and monetary loss.
Take action: Once you’ve responded to the incident, it’s time to take measures to prevent this from happening again. This includes reviewing and improving security procedures, upgrading hardware and software, and educating employees on what they can do to protect sensitive data and keep your company and your customers safe.