In the wake of a data breach, organizations should strive to be as transparent and responsive as possible to rebuild customer trust.
When it comes to defending an organization against cyberattacks and their aftershocks, the best way to shore up incident response is to practice.
An incident response plan and thorough analysis of historical threat data can help security teams predict how fraudsters might breach their networks.
At the Cambridge Cyber Summit, IBM Security General Manager Marc van Zadelhoff offered three pieces of advice to help business prepare for a data breach.
IBM's Caleb Barlow suggested that most companies are unprepared to effectively respond to cybersecurity attacks after they are publicly disclosed.
Security professionals can leverage freely available, open source security tools to protect their environments from threats.
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When responding to a data breach, the CISO must work closely with the legal department to minimize the risks of litigation and reputational damage.
Before sharing indicators of compromise, analysts must consider the sensitivity of the data and verify the identities of the senders and receivers.
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