How Would You Handle a Data Breach? 

Join our Workshop on September 20th to learn how to build and test your incident response

Data breaches are constantly in the news and are an ever-growing threat to organisations of all types. It has become the reality that it is not if but when before your organisation suffers such an incident.

When it does happen, do you know how your business would react and do you have a plan in place to deal with the impacts of a breach?

Which staff are specifically responsible and what might be expected from them? What are our legal liabilities? How do we identify what data we’ve lost? How do we get it back?

The impact of a breach ranges from minor inconvenience to threatening the very viability of any organisation.

 

These threats to our business are significant and the importance of having a plan in place to mitigate against them is crucial and the ability to recover from them when they happen has never been more important.

How do you build a plan? How do you make sure it’s viable and appropriate to your needs? How do you make sure it remains relevant and a core part of your incident response?

Join Gardner Systems and innovative risk and continuity planning experts Biscon at our upcoming workshop as we share with you how to plan for and manage a data breach; from identifying potential risks to designing a continuity plan and maintaining it.

During the workshop we will take you through a data breach exercise where you will learn: -

·         Do’s and don’ts of handling a breach

·         How to build an incident plan

·         How to reduce the risk of breach

·         The right way to handle a breach

This workshop will help you to start to build your data breach response plans and ensure you know how to follow the correct steps and ensure that your organisation is fully functional as quickly as possible.

If you'd like help building your response to the threat of data breach, then join us at this exclusive Gardner workshop in association with Biscon.

Location: Gardner Systems 

Date: 20th September 2018

Time: 9.30am - 12:00pm 

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