RADAR Blog

From Incident to Discovery to Breach Notification: Average Time Frames

This article by Mahmood Sher-Jan is the fourth in a series of articles published with the IAPP Privacy Advisor, on the topic of establishing program metrics and benchmarking your privacy incident management program. Find earlier installments of this series here.

Measuring the efficacy of your privacy program is one way to ensure you have a baseline for improvement, as well as a means to test and prove that your continuous efforts to improve security and privacy at your organization are having their intended impacts. Establishing benchmarking metrics is also important to lend continuity to a process that can sometimes resemble a fire drill. In the midst of an unauthorized disclosure of protected, private data, your team will be moving fast and engaged in a flurry of activity in order to properly document and risk assess an incident to determine regulatory and contractual notification obligations, if any, in order to meet notification deadlines and prove compliance.

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Surprising stats on third-party vendor risk and breach likelihood

This article by Mahmood Sher-Jan is the third in a series of articles published with the IAPP Privacy Advisor, on the topic of establishing program metrics and benchmarking your privacy incident management program.

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Data protection is a team sport: Benchmark data tells the story

This article by Mahmood Sher-Jan is the second in a series of articles published with the IAPP Privacy Advisor, on the topic of establishing program metrics and benchmarking your privacy incident management program.

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Beyond Data Breach: Why Every Incident Matters

This article by Alex Wall is the first in a series published with the IAPP Privacy Advisor, on the topic of establishing program metrics and benchmarking your privacy incident management program.

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