September 13, 2017 - If your company has never had a data breach, consider yourself lucky. These days, such breaches are nearly inevitable and can cause considerable damage to your bottom line (at a cost of about $214 per compromised record and customer turnover) and your reputation. In order to survive such a breach, it's critical that you know what to do afterward. You can recover, but your best bet is to have a recovery plan and to follow it. These articles can help you determine what you should -- and shouldn't do -- after a breach.
Legal and technology experts shared their insights on how owners can best recover from a small business data breach. (Item #1) Data breaches happen. Though not ideal, you can recover. Here's how to deal. (Item #2) With a cyber-attack, an inevitable part of running any business, companies that do not have a policy in place for a post-attack recovery could face serious consequences. (Item #3)
Being prepared and acting quickly are vital to helping your company recover from a cyber attack as effectively as possible. (Item #4) This post focuses on the techniques to combat data breaches while containing the damage in extreme cases. (Item #5) Here's what companies should avoid doing once they realize their systems have been breached. (Item #6)
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