Do you have a cybersecurity incident response service provider already selected, vetted and under contract, so you don’t have to hunt when disaster strikes?
Having a cybersecurity plan so you know what to do when something goes wrong is foundational to risk management. When cyber events happen, confusion, fear and uncertainty about what to do next is common. Some questions that set in are:
Where do I turn for support to quickly investigate and assess the problem?
Who will handle communications with the attacker and coordinate response across my team, my insurance carrier and law enforcement?
Randy is a CISSP and Manager of the Cybersecurity and IT Consulting teams at Loffler Companies. He is currently focused on bringing his 25+ years of IT experience to bear on the development and delivery of new and enhanced security services that provide a practical approach to IT security. He enjoys long walks on the beach and never conducts online banking transactions when connected to public WiFi.
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