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How should you respond to a cyber incident?

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has recently published a guide for CEOs (and by extension all business owners) on responding to a cyber incident.

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A cyber incident can occur in various forms and often result in financial loss, reputational damage, legal consequences, and disruption to your normal business operations. Examples can include ransomware attacks, phishing scams, data breaches, or perhaps an employee misusing, intentionally or otherwise, their access.

The immediate aftermath of a cyberattack can be challenging, and there will be difficult decisions to make as you try to limit the impact on your business, customers and staff over the following weeks and months.

The guide published by NCSC helps businesses to know what to do, both at the start of an incident and throughout it.

A copy of the guidance can be viewed here: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/guidance/ceos-responding-cyber-incidents

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