With the most significant of cyberattacks resulting in millions of dollars in costs, irreparable damage to a company's brand, and key executives getting fired, organizations must begin to prepare for what most experts think is the inevitable breach. And yet, when it comes to cybersecurity, many still think of it like physical security: a matter for professionals to handle by fencing in a campus perimeter, putting the most important entry points under lock and key, and assigning someone to monitor the video surveillance.
But cybersecurity does not work like physical security. In the " The Cybersecurity Playbook: Building Effective Attack and Breach Preparedness" chapter of "Understanding Developments in Cyberspace Law: Leading Lawyers on Analyzing Recent Trends, Case Laws, and Legal Strategies Affecting the Internet Landscape" we explore strategies to reduce the likelihood of a breach but more importantly mitigate the harm whether it be reputational, legal, or key job losses that can all too often arrive in the wake of a data breach.
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