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Planning For Failure: How To Survive A Breach

Organization: The Zero Trust Security Playbook

August 19, 2020


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This is the Organization report in The Zero Trust Security Playbook For 2020.

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You will likely suffer a security breach; you may even have a breach now. Cybercriminals are using more-sophisticated attacks to steal intellectual property and the personal data of your customers, partners, and employees. With enough time and money, they can breach the security defenses of even the largest enterprises. You can't stop every cyberattack. However, your customers expect you to respond quickly and appropriately. If you contain a breach poorly and botch the incident response (IR), you will pay millions in remediation costs, lost business, and your firm's reputation. This is an update of a previously published report; Forrester reviews and updates it periodically for continued relevance and accuracy.

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Table of Contents

  • IR Requires Attention To Legal And Regulatory Complexity
  • You Must Establish An Ongoing Incident Management Program
  • Testing And Training Are Critical To Success
  • What It Means

  • IR Is An Opportunity To Strengthen Customer Trust
  • Supplemental Material
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