Best Practices for Preparing for Breaches

Presented by

Dr Phoebe Fletcher, VP International Policy and Political Science, CSCSS

About this talk

With malware, phishing and zero day attacks becoming more sophisticated, it’s impossible as a business to be 100% secure against a breach. As numerous high profile cases have demonstrated over the past year, breaches can cause serious reputational damage, particularly if customer’s personal details have been jeopardised or private business information has been leaked. Preparing for breaches is part of good governance and requires close coordination between management, cyber security professionals and your communications department. This presentation will discuss the best practices for preparing for breaches. Viewers will learn about: • Provides models for best practice governance, including the coordination of governance, cyber security professionals and communications. • Explains how to put together a risk management plan. • Examines different strategies for communicating breaches and their merits.

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