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On the CIO Insight web site Karen Frenkel posted a slide deck that identifies 8 best practice for dealing with a data breach. The practices identified align nicely with the elements Response Management Framework.
I recommend the slide deck as a good device for a review and a discussion with your executive team.
So apply these best practice as you evaluate and improve your incident response plan. Refer to our Response Management Framework for added insight.
Let us help you with a response plan review that considers your risk of a Data Breach.
Thanks to Jeff Mathis and the LinkedIN Cyber Resilient Community Dialog for bringing this to my attention.