5 Steps to Figure Out Your Incident Response Plan

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The Baltimore Business Journal published an article by Joanne L. Martin, Hartman’s CISO advisory practice lead, that details five steps organizations can take to develop an incident response plan and prepare for a cyberattack.

An excerpt from the article:
“Just like we practice for fires and other emergency situations, having an incident response plan in place for a cyberattack, practicing it regularly, and knowing exactly what needs to be done and who needs to be involved can meant the difference between survival and failure.”

Read the full article here: Incident response planning is the first line of defense against a data breach (Baltimore Business Journal, March 2018 — Subscriber Content)

If you’re ready to learn more about what your organization can do to prepare for a cyber breach, contact us today to set up an initial conversation.

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