A major data breach or security incident can be a career-damaging event for a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) or other high-level security professional.

However, adequate preparations can limit both the likelihood of an incident occurring and the damage from an incident that does occur. Read this complimentary Gartner report* and learn best practices for developing a well-thought-out incident response plan that:

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  • Identifies security incident stakeholders—both internal and external—and their expectations
  • Establishes your organization’s incident response team, priorities, and procedures
  • Prepares you to answer urgent questions from senior management and other stakeholders in a timely fashion

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Gartner, Six Decisions You Must Make to Prepare for a Security Incident, Analyst(s): Rob McMillan, Published: 4 December 2014, Refreshed: 8 April 2016

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