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Best Practices for Approaching Cyber Incident Planning and Response

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While the move to automated business processes and digital data management has been a key enabler for businesses, it comes with increased cybersecurity risks. Organizations should have a dedicated incident response team and strategize thoroughly before an attack occurs. To respond effectively after an event, there will need to be close collaboration between anyone deemed crucial to investigation or remediation efforts. Proactively considering an organization’s breach vulnerabilities, designating the response team members, outlining communication protocols, determining which technology would be best to leverage, and conducting mock exercises will greatly improve preparedness when faced with an incident.

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