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Best Practices for Approaching Cyber Incident Planning and Response
Keep up with best practices and maintain proper supervision over deployed workflows to catch errors earlier and allow for timely fixes.
With the rate of cyber incidents gaining speed, it is critical for organizations to create and regularly test incident response plans. Keeping up with best practices and maintaining proper supervision over deployed workflows will catch errors earlier and allow for timely fixes.
While the move to automated business processes and digital data management has been a key enabler for businesses, it comes with increased cybersecurity risks.

According to the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC), by the end of the third quarter, 2021, the number of reported incidents of data compromise was already 17 percent more than the total in 2020. Incident response planning is critical for organizations across all industries to properly prepare for the inevitable data breach.

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