Shoring up IT defences is good, but customer remediation is key to sound brand reputation

Shoring up IT defences is good, but customer remediation is key to sound brand reputation

Shoring up IT defences is good, but customer remediation is key to sound brand reputation

While businesses are increasingly creating cyber defence playbooks, customer remediation in the aftermath of a data breach is key to protecting brand reputation.

When it comes to data breaches, there are some events you can never stop like an employee clicking on a phishing email. However, there are certain actions you can take while anticipating a data breach like having good data hygiene and good policy procedural protocol that will go a long way in helping you deal with a the aftermath of a data breach.

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