Data Breach Decision Points: Part 5
The best way for a company to handle a data breach is to be prepared. As we discuss in our data breach readiness handbook, preparation includes, among other things, drafting an incident response plan, reviewing cyber-insurance, reviewing contractual obligations with business partners, having relationships to help investigate security incidents, and training your incident response teams.
Preparation also requires anticipating decision-points that are likely to arise in a breach. Our clients often ask us to look back at the approximately 600 data security incidents and breaches that we have handled over the years and identify the decision-points that are most difficult.
This is part 5 of an eight-part guide to handling data breaches. This eight-part series explores these difficult decision points. For each there are no “right” or “wrong” answers. Like all strategic decisions management must examine the specific facts facing their company and their organization’s culture, their industry, and business realities. Click for Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4. …