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That’s why having a cyber-incident response plan is a vital element of any organisation’s approach to business continuity. At a glance, cyber-incident response plans provide business leaders like you with proactive guidance to prevent cyber-attacks, as well as reactive steps to follow if a breach occurs. In other words, having a cyber-incident response plan can help prevent attacks from happening altogether and limit the damages in the event of a worst-case scenario.
However, simply having a cyber-incident response plan in place won’t guarantee cyber-resilience. Rather, it’s important for your organisation to routinely revisit your plan to make necessary updates and improvements when new threats emerge.
Consider the following tips to adequately update and improve your cyber-incident response plan in 2020:
Apart from updating your cyber-incident response plan, don’t forget to make sure your organisation possesses adequate levels of cyber-insurance. Contact Willis IRM today to further discuss cover solutions for your unique cyber-security needs.
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