Breach Response Planning: Hammer Out Your Legal, Business and Technology Differences, Before a Breach
Every mature enterprise understands the necessity of a maintaining a tested breach-response plan. But it's critical that the scope of this plan covers all interested parties, not just technical operations, such as legal, finance and media relations that may have greatly different priorities at crunch time.
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Hear the perspectives of key stakeholders - the practitioners who represent legal, IT and business operations, and whose organizations have suffered severe data breaches. Learn from them:
- The roles each stakeholder plays in crafting and testing the plan;
- What changes when the breach is real and it's time to put the plan in action;
- Lessons learned from their own breach experiences.
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