Cyber Defence in Depth Stage 4:


Prepare your response

Cyber criminals need to find only one weakness to infiltrate your systems, so it is essential to be prepared. The security measures you have implemented should minimise the impact of a successful attack, but how you respond is critical to limiting disruption and costs.

This is especially important when it comes to breaches of personal data, which must be reported to the data protection authorities within 72 hours of being aware of the breach under the GDPR and DPA 2018.

Organisations need a robust business continuity management system, combined with cyber security and data protection audits, and supply chain security to minimise the attack’s likelihood and impact.

Implementing cyber incident response management plans means you won’t waste valuable time when the worst happens.

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How we can help you

Cyber incident response management is a part of wider business continuity management. This helps you put plans in place to cover all types of disruption, from cyber security incidents to natural disasters, from power outages to pandemics.

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