The government faces hundreds of thousands of attempted data breaches each year, and as we've seen in the recent headlines, sometimes the hackers get in.
Even as agencies shore up their cybersecurity vulnerabilities – patching software, adopting multifactor authentication and reducing insider threat risks – they must be ready to respond when breaches occur.
A proper incident response plan can be the difference between catastrophic damage from compromised or stolen data and a hacker simply getting in the front door without fruitful results. Incident response plans aren’t just technical responses, either. They need to include avenues for communicating and sharing threat information with other parties.
Tune in live to this digital event to learn:
What thorough incident response plans should include in case of a breach
About lessons from past government breaches, including how best to share threat information
Appropriate measures of response to various stakeholders