The 2018 Winter Olympics got off to a shaky start this year thanks to a cyberattack. The attack took down the official Olympics website, preventing access to tickets, thus preventing many ticket holders from attending the opening ceremonies. This kind of cyberattack could happen to any size organization at any time. In fact, it could happen to any person at any time. Cybercriminals often hack into individuals’ personal computers, allowing them access to private online assets, like family photos. No matter who you are, it’s important to put together an incident response plan (IRP) to protect your information should a crisis occur. In this week’s episode, our hosts share a few simple steps that anyone can take to create a response plan.
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We hope that your business is never victim of a security or data breach. But, with some studies suggesting [updated for 2017] that not only are data breaches increasingly common, but increasingly expensive as well, it’s important to prepare. And part of that preparation includes knowing what to say — and what not to say.
Here are some Dos and Don’ts that might help guide your response: