12 Tips to Cope With a Data Breach

Georgetown Law cybersecurity panelists suggest strategies to minimize impact of data breaches.

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Georgetown Law cybersecurity panelists suggest strategies to minimize impact of data breaches.

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  • El Mocoso

    What is missing are the steps that can be taken in selecting a provider to begin with. Legal and compliance teams should be integral components in due dilligence to ensure that vendors are doing more than sharing SLAs. Investigate what is done daily by the vendor to ensure that processes and technologies can minimize risk of breach. An ounce of prevention...

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