Test Incident Response Plans
A good incident response plan can reduce not only the damage from hacking the security system, but also negative public opinion. It is necessary to have a response plan that allows you to quickly restore serviceability, continue to do business, serve customers and earn money.
Adam Kardash, chairman of the practice of confidentiality and data management at the law firm Toastero Osler, Hoskin and Harcourt, spoke about the annual observance by the Canadian Institute for Privacy and Security of the Data Forum in Toronto on Tuesday. He believes that the response plan needs to be tested otherwise it’s not worth it.
Howard Solomon talks about the vision of Adam Kardash on this issue.