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In the last month we’ve seen airlines, online retailers and local government suffer breaches in one form or another. So while there’s clearly a pressing need for companies to improve internal resilience and security, coping with the aftermath of a breach is almost as crucial. As many technical experts will tell you – for most it is a matter of when there is a breach rather than when.
We spoke to Tim Rawlins, a senior adviser at the leading global cyber assurance company, NCC Group. Top on his list of priorities: preparation, getting the fundamentals right, and always having a communications adviser on hand during a crisis.