In today’s threat landscape, privacy-related incidents are inevitable, and in today’s regulatory climate, you are required to have an incident response plan and process.
But incident response is about more than compliance.
The quality of your processes and tools also determines how your organization will fare in the event of a future audit or legal action. If your current processes are designed to let you track and analyze incident and response trends over time, you can use them to achieve continuous improvement in both privacy and security. In this brief, we look at best practices established by several leading financial, healthcare, and governmental organizations to see how they use incident response as a springboard to even better processes and results.