Not every cyber attack involves a data breach. Some network breaches do not involve the loss of personally identifiable data. Understanding the distinction between security and privacy incidents will matter greatly as you decide how you should respond, both within your MSP practice and on behalf of your clients.

Highlights:

  • Security vs Privacy Incidents
  • Post-Breach Action Items
  • MSP vs. Clients Data Breach Disclosure Best Practices

 

MSP Zone Guest: Rob Scott, Scott & Scott, LLP

Tags : cybersecurity hygiene,data breach notification,privacy incidents,security incidents

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