Cybersecurity: Before, During and After a Breach

Breach-Cybersecurity-Resource-IconIf your company is like most today, 80% of your corporate assets are virtual. That’s a staggering shift from the business world of even 10 years ago.

But it’s a shift has introduced an entirely new type of risk—the very real chance that your organization will become the victim of cybercrime.

Should a breach occur, there will be impacts to your business at many levels: human; operational; reputational; and, increasingly, financial. To prepare for this risk, your role as a business continuity professional must change, and you as a person need to adapt.

That’s why MIR3 is proud to sponsor Cybersecurity: Before, During and After a Breach, a new webinar that will discuss how business continuity professionals like you can prepare for the possibility of a cyber-breach, mitigate one if worse comes to worst, and follow up in the aftermath.

The webinar will focus on how to provide essential, accurate, and timely information to stakeholders before, during, and after a breach. You’ll learn to identify and prioritize your target audiences, and how to engage the proper channels of communications for effective internal and external communications.

You’ll also find out why your response to a breach needs to evolve beyond traditional communication outlets—such as press releases and conferences—to leverage new communications channels like social media, Internet, intranet, email, text messaging, mass notification, and toll-free lines.

The webinar will also detail how to manage and communicate over the five phases of a cyber-crisis, including how to:

  • Prepare for the impacts a breach would have on your company, your employees, and your clients, and then establish communication channels and messages ahead of time
  • Recognize a breach, engage response teams and alert employees
  • Assess the extent of a breach and its impact on your company and your stakeholders, then communicate with leadership and activate support teams
  • Respond and focus on recovery processes and notifications by mobilizing appropriate resources
  • Follow-up by analyzing impacts and responses, and then document findings so that company plans and documents can be revised as needed

Join nationally known crisis experts Ann Pickren, COO of MIR3, and Jim Satterfield, president and COO of Firestorm for this information-rich webinar.

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