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(Ontario, Canada) With only 38% of global organizations being prepared to handle a sophisticated cyberattack, new practices and efforts are needed to secure sensitive information. It only takes minutes for a single data breach to compromise an entire organization. In a response to these rather shocking statistics, The Driz Group has launched an initiative to help more companies acquire and implement an effective cybersecurity incident management plan.
According to Steve Driz, president of the The Driz Group, “We want to become the trusted partner for all compliance, cybersecurity, and information security needs. Our goal is to provide information, as well as cybersecurity consulting, along with fully managed infrastructure and web application protection services. Our management plans are ideal for organizations and businesses of all sizes.”
With the new cybersecurity incident management plan in place, companies have the tools and resources necessary to better mitigate the risks and recover faster from cybersecurity incidents. This helps reduce costs and better mitigate reputation damage, preventing catastrophic outcomes.
“If you think about the number of cybersecurity breaches that keep occurring, it is imperative that every organization has a complete incident management process. This should include a formal procedure and policy,” Driz added. “Most of the organizations are also going to need a formal management plan to satisfy either client or specific legislative requirements.”
Because too many organizations haven’t developed or implemented formal management plans to date, The Driz Group created a formal playbook to help ensure businesses could manage the process necessary to recover from any type of cybersecurity incident.
With the comprehensive incident management policy and procedure in place, businesses can demonstrate they are taking risk management seriously. Once the policy is in place, businesses can position themselves over their competition by exerting confidence, which can help them win more business. Organizations …