How Can You Protect Your Business from Cyber Risk?
Data breaches highlight how any company and its decisions makers could be found liable for client data exposure and/or misuse. Watch to learn major areas you should consider in order to minimize your risk.
How We Helped World Trade Distributors Save $190K in Cyber Ransom and Resume Business Within a Week
Logistics and warehousing company World Trade Distribution discovered that the company’s Cargo Freight Station, a U.S. Homeland Security custom exam site, had experienced an extensive cyberattack. The data was being held hostage to a ransom demand. WTD immediately turned to HUB.
Key Ways to Minimize Business Disruption
Key ways to Minimize Business DisruptionIf a cyber attack occurs, there are steps you can take to reduce the impact on your business.Next :Protect the Evidence
Protect the EvidenceLike any crime scene, you need to secure the area where the breach occurred. Then, identify the point of entry, duration of the exposure and the type of data that has been compromised.Next :Prepare an Incident Report
Prepare an Incident ReportYou need to capture all available information about the attack as quickly as possible. This report, which might be needed for investigative and insurance purposes and obligations to third parties, should describe what happened and when, and actions that were taken.
Identify the Affected Business ProcessesFailure to quickly identify the scope of an incident can lead to higher response costs. You also need to determine whether data is still accessible and how it might be used for malicious purposes.
Establish an Incident Response TeamMake sure your organization has a cyber "A-Team" on call. It should be prepared to handle the immediate response to a breach, along with coordinating communications, assisting external investigations and reviewing insurance coverages.