Cyber Security Tip: Do you need an “incident response” plan?

Cyber Security Tip: Do you need an “incident response” plan?

Apr 30, 2024

An incident response plan is an organized approach to addressing the aftermath of a security breach, ransomware event or cyber-attack. Certain industries, like medical or financial institutions, require them.

But even if you’re not a big company, it’s best to have SOME idea of what you would do if a cyber-attack locked all your files or stole confidential information.

Things to consider when you’re planning:

• An immediate response plan if you are ransomed or breached.

• What to do when a laptop or other device is lost or stolen.

• What insurance coverage do you have for such incidents?

• An attorney who is prepared with an alert response for clients, employees, vendors and possibly even the media in case something happens.

• A data-recovery plan for restoring your network from backups.

That’s where we are here to help! Give us a call and we’ll be glad to help you put together a cyber-response plan so you’re brilliantly prepared instead of caught completely off guard!

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