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Prepping a Mock Notification Letter Before a Cybersecurity Breach Hits

Being prepared for the worst before it even happens can minimize the damage in the event of a cybersecurity incident. To get any company ready for a cybersecurity event, the first step is to organize a team to write a mock breach notification letter that will represent your message to the world about your failure in the event you have a breach.

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No one in the security industry should be surprised to know that the financial and reputational impact of a breach is severe. According to a recent Harris Poll, studies show that 75% of consumers won’t do business with a company if they don’t trust it to protect their data. If the incident involves the theft of more than 1 million records (known as a mega breach), it can be almost impossible to restore the confidence levels to what they were pre-breach. In 2017 alone, there were 16 mega breaches.

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