Data Breach Reporting
Notification and Management Strategies to Help Manage Business Data Breaches
In the last two years, data breaches have risen 75% with human error accounting for the vast majority of reported incidents. With the introduction of General Data Protection Act (GDPR) and The Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive, reporting of any data breaches or wider cyber security incidents is mandatory.
Having a reporting process for when a data breach or loss of data occurs is therefore vital. The type of data lost or the type of breach that occurs will influence the type of reporting system your firm requires. This is where CS Risk Management comes in.
We have nearly 20 years experience of helping businesses of all sizes to implement and manage data breach reporting. Our cyber security consultants will help you implement a plan to manage any data breaches that occur. Read more about how why you need a data breach reporting plan below or speak to our expert team today.
How Data Breach Reporting Can Benefit Your Company
Legislation is always changing and increasing. For example, the introduction of General Data Protection Act (GDPR) and The Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive. These new pieces of legislation require mandatory reporting of any data breaches or wider cyber security incidents. Therefore, having notification and management strategies in place will help to manage any situation that arises. Our cyber security consultant can help you implement a plan to manage any data breaches that occur.
Our Approach To Data Breach Reporting
There are various process undertaken to implement data breach reporting. One of which is to identify which notifications need to be provided when a data breach or loss of data occurs. This will depend on the types of data lost or the type of breach that has occurred. From this a notification matrix can be built for the different breach types and corresponding people to notify.
Our Previous Experience of Data Breach Reporting
Our cyber security consultants come from a background of working in large corporate environments and hold multiple industry qualifications. We have worked on compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 since the formation of CS Risk Management. As a part of our commitment to keeping up to date with legislation, we are now carrying out GDPR implementation.