As the experts say, it's not a matter of if a cyberattack will happen, but when. Most companies underestimate the value of a detailed contingency plan that can help them react immediately to malware, phishing, DDoS attacks and other types of online threats. Such a plan can help you react promptly and limit the damage caused by such attacks.
The faster the response, the faster the chance for a complete recovery. A contingency plan, also known as IT incident management, defines the appropriate organizational and technical steps to take if your company suffers a cyberattack – from protecting stored data to restoring normal operations.
In the following handbook, you will learn:
How to draw up a contingency plan
How to react when your company is attacked
How to minimize the impact of a cyberattack
How to act in stressful situations, such as when the attacker demands a ransom
Download the free handbook that helps you build an effective crisis response. Be ready for any scenario by implementing comprehensive prevention.