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Data breaches have become a common occurrence, and any organization, regardless of location, size and industry, can be attacked. In the wake of a public announcement of any data breach, litigation is sure to follow. Many organizations may also face scrutiny from government regulators, which creates additional burdens. Data breaches are typically a double whammy for companies: first, they are a victim of the breach; then, they must defend themselves against litigation and government investigation. This article summarizes key steps and recommendations for responding to and handling a data breach quickly and effectively.
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