Data breach reporting: situational analysis
Are you ready to respond to a data breach? Do you know how to work out what happened – and how it happened?
One of the first things you’ll need to do when you become aware of a data breach is tell the supervisory authority – the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) – as much as you can about what happened, what went wrong and how it happened.
Few organisations really understand how to respond to data security incidents, which is why it is so important to implement a robust incident response management programme.
You will then be able to respond to any event, as well as reduce the risk of future incidents occurring.
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Here are some of our services that will help you implement an incident response process, leaving you able to efficiently deal with a breach when the time comes.
Our CIRM consultancy service will provide you with the capability and competence to mitigate the impact of an incident and restore services in a trusted and timely manner.
The Cyber Incident Response Management service is based on ISO/IEC 27035:2016 and the best-practice cyber security incident response framework developed by CREST.
Being able to demonstrate that you comply with the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will go a long way when reporting your breach, as it forms an important part of GDPR compliance. The EU GDPR Documentation Toolkit, saves you time and money with easily completed templates for essential GDPR documentation.
Further reading and learning
Download this introduction to CIR management and learn how to reduce the impact of data breaches.
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Gain an understanding of cyber incident response management with this 3-part webinar series.
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Do you have an incident response programme in the event of a data breach? For more information on how you can prepare for a breach or if you’d like a quote for one of our services, get in touch and speak to an expert today.