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Recovering from a cyber breach. Making sure staff members are on the same page in terms of pre-breach duties will make the post-breach response more efficient and effective. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Cyber crime is the most serious man-made threat facing companies today. Not surprisingly, companies expend significant human and financial resources to strengthen computer network defenses and train their work forces to prevent breaches of their sensitive data. Major investments are made to keep the threat at bay.

This is the correct approach, but no one has developed a foolproof method for stopping bad actors who are often one step ahead of their targets with new attack methods. If a data breach occurs, companies must be prepared to respond, remediate and recover.

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