Most cybersecurity experts now agree thatorganizations should be planning incident response strategies forwhen, not if, their companies experience data breaches.

Credit reporting agencyEquifax learned this lesson the hard way when it washit by a cyberattack that exposed addresses, Social Securitynumbers and financial information for 134 million customers.Equifax is the latest in a line of breaches at large companies,following major incidents at Wells Fargo andYahoo, among others, in the last year.

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Gabrielle Orum Hernández

Gabrielle Orum Hernández is a reporter with Legaltech News and the Daily Report covering legal technology startups and vendors. She can be reached by email at [email protected], or on Twitter at @GMOrumHernandez.