Why Read This
It's not a question of if — but when — your organization will experience a serious security breach. Cybercriminals are using more sophisticated and targeted attacks to steal everything from valuable intellectual property to the sensitive personal and financial information of your customers, partners, and employees. Their motivations run the gamut from financial to political to retaliatory. With enough time and money, they can breach the security defenses of even the largest enterprises. You can't stop every cyberattack. However, your key stakeholders, clients, and other observers do expect you to take reasonable measures to prevent breaches in the first place, and when that fails, to respond quickly and appropriately. A poorly contained breach and botched response have the potential to cost you millions in lost business and opportunity, ruin your reputation, and perhaps even drive you out of business.
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