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The best way of dealing with an incident is to prepare thoroughly beforehand and the same principles apply with your GDPR strategy, explains Angela Madden of Rits Information Services

4th March, 2018
Angela Madden, managing director, RITS Information Services

As Benjamin Franklin once said, “by failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail” and preparing is key to a good incident breach management system.

Nobody is expecting you to foresee a major attack or breach, but they are expecting you to have the necessary measures in place to protect your data and to ensure that, when it does happen, you can limit the damage and return to normal business operations.

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