The threat of a cyberattack is the sort of thing that keeps business owners up at night. Having an appropriate plan in place is critical to managing an organization’s response to a cyberattack. An organization will want to both manage risk before a security incident occurs, and mitigate risk afterward.
After a cyberattack, an organization aims to limit financial and reputational damage. But also, an organization should manage operational risk by having clear procedures for risk mitigation in place, before a cyberattack occurs. Organizations should be confident that their response plan will be useful and effective as a risk mitigation tool, and that their agreements with vendors provide helpful provisions to shift this risk when the vendor controls the outcome.
The experienced professionals at Mette, Evans & Woodside can assist your organization with this critical process.