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They say there is one thing in this world that never changes that is “Change” itself, this is so true in the context of rapidly changing IT scenarios. As we know, White Label refers to a marketing or manufacturing process by which one company creates a product or service, which is then rebranded by another business entity to make the product or service look like it is their own. This is one huge advantage for business entities, particularly small businesses with limited time, money and resources because White Label solutions provide numerous opportunities for competing with bigger players in their field. This is because white labelling enables business entities to expand their service offerings to clients without having to develop a particular product or service themselves. For instance, a local home-grown small business firm can rebrand a product or service of other bigger companies’ business, thus saving their time and money.
It is a well-known fact that any business that makes use of the internet these days may experience a data breach. Small businesses are especially vulnerable as they have limited resources to devote to security and safeguard their businesses against a data breach. Yet, with the rapidly changing digital environment, a small business owner need not sit back and wait for the disaster caused due to data breach to happen. Small businesses can prepare their organization in advance by creating a data breach response plan.
Why a Response Plan is needed?
A data breach response plan offers a roadmap to follow when a breach is detected. It is a time-saving and stress reduction tool. Once your response plan is in place, you will not have to waste time and energy deciding what to do each time a breach occurs. You simply follow the steps that you have established in advance. A well-thought-out response plan can help you avoid missteps that you are likely to make when acting in crisis mode.
An effective data breach response plan should have the following elements:
- A definition of a breach
- A list of response team members
- The action steps for handling the breach
- A follow-up procedure
You should remember that once your response plan has been fully implemented and the breach has been contained, you must conduct a debriefing session with your response team. You should ask all your members to run through the steps they took and the lessons they learned from the process. This will surely help increase the effectiveness of the response plan and minimize the security threats that may occur in the future.
During the debriefing session, the members should describe any problem they encounter along the way so that the plan can be adjusted as required.
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