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Preparing for a Cyber Attack: 6 Steps to Designing an Exercise

Another day, another cyber attack. If your organization truly understands the potential catastrophic impact a cyber breach can have on the business, then it has no doubt invested thousands, if not millions, to make cybersecurity a critical part of maintaining business operations.

But if you do encounter a cyber attack, you need to be prepared to deal with the fallout. Therefore, it’s critical to conduct a cyber exercise to have critical personnel – company executives, incident management team, etc. – prepared for any potential breach.

In her post for the Risk and Resilience HUB, crisis management, continuity planning, and exercise design expert Regina Phelps discusses six key aspects you need to consider when designing an exercise to prepare for a cyber attack. Read the full post at the Risk and Resilience HUB.

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