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Putting Your Incident Management Playbook Into Action: Part 5 – Notify

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Putting Your Incident Management Playbook Into Action: Part 5 – Notify

In the fifth installment of this series, we look at the notification stage of the incident management playbook and the appropriate steps when creating external and internal breach notifications. If it is established that the security incident should be classed as a data breach, the incident response team should begin the notification processtaking into account who should be notified and whether additional teams should be involved. 

Notification Requirements

Having determined if breach notification is required, incident response teams should consider the following steps to maintain compliance with global requirements:

  • Develop external and internal communication strategies 
  • Produce reports for external organizations and agencies 
  • Determine additional steps to comply with internal ethics programs 

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