July 21, 2011: You've Been Breached: Facing the Challenge of Data Breach Notifications
- Published on July 21, 2011
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
DRJ's Informational Update For Thursday, July 21, 2011
You've Been Breached: Facing the Challenge of Data Breach Notifications
As seen in news headlines from around the globe, data breaches are an ever-present (yet commonly overlooked) threat to an organization's operational well-being. Today, responding to a data breach is far more complicated than simply sending a mass mailing to affected customers notifying them of the occurrence. Given the potentially catastrophic operational, reputational, financial, and legal impacts of a data breach on an organization, data breach notification and communication strategies are a necessary component of an organization's business continuity, crisis management and information security initiatives. By leveraging existing plans, processes and people, organizations can lessen the impact of a data breach and communicate with customers, business partners and authorities in a timely and effective manner.
Join Send Word Now and our featured speaker, Christopher Burton, a Senior Consultant with Avalution Consulting, to gain insight into the consequences of a data breach and how you can leverage effective response strategies to significantly minimize risk.
Disaster Proofing Your Business with an Electronic Document Management System
Written by Andrew Bailey
Nearly 18,000 businesses were dislocated, disrupted or destroyed by 9/11. Thousands more were affected by Hurricane Katrina. According to research by the University of Texas, only 6 percent of companies suffering from a catastrophic data loss survive, while 43 percent never reopen and 51 percent close within two years.