We are vulnerable. Do you have a plan to respond when you are attacked?
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It is not a matter if you will be hacked it is a matter of when and am I prepared.In preparing for a crisis around cyber terrorism? know the law and which laws dictate how your company responds and to whom. Know what you want to say and how quickly you will respond after a reach. Know the influencers and key stakeholders to make sure you to not ignore key people in responding to an attack
There are steps we can take to protect our information and the information people give to us in trust. If that trust is breached there are also steps you can take to minimize any damage to your reputation.
From toys to medical devices, the world is a more connected place, exposed to hackers and other threats, that can result in serious injury or damage, both physically and to your financially to your reputation. We are naked and exposed and vulnerable to the risks of living in a connected life in the Internet of Things (IoT). While politically fragmented, Friday's attack proves our world is more connected than ever.
Businesses today do not have the luxury of waiting 30 days let alone thirty minutes to notify its stakeholders of a breach in cyber security. CEOs along with the CMO, CIO and CLO must work to create effective and swift protocols to deal with data breaches to limit legal liability risk and risk to the company’s reputation.
When your data is breached or you system is hacked, the best response is a quick response to minimize damage to your reputation.