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The Incident Response Plan – how to help your business survive a cyber-attack

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The EU GDPR is fast approaching and you have been probably bombarded with news about what you need to be doing to be compliant with the EU GDPR from adequate security, right to be forgotten, consent and accountability.  Of course, these are all important but let’s be honest there is no silver bullet that you can easily do to check all the boxes and be compliant.

To be compliant with the EU GDPR you need to be going through a process classification of Personal Identifiable Information (PII), discovery and risk assessment among many other requirements. While preparing for the EU GDPR it is equally important to be able to handle a data breach when it occurs.

Per the U.S. National Cyber Security Alliance, 60 percent of small businesses go out of business six months after a cyberattack, so this means that while you may have done everything to stay protected and everything to be compliant this does not necessarily mean that your business will survive. It is important to be prepared and have a solid Incident Response plan to ensure your business can recover after a data breach occurs and stay compliant with the data breach notification requirements.

Join Thycotic to learn what you need to be doing post Data Breach and survive a cyber-attack:

  1. Short Summary on EU GDPR
  2. Where to get started?
  3. Data Breach Notification Requirements
  4. What happens during a Data Breach?
  5. The Incident Response Plan
  6. Is the company prepared
  7. Can you survive?