How to deal with a data security breach

24 June 2015

This podcast looks at cyber security, paying particular attention of how to deal with a data security breach.

With organisations holding considerable amounts of sensitive data they are continuing to be targeted and at threat from having such data compromised or hacked. Most organisations have in place procedures and processes in place in an attempt to reduce the risk that sensitive data is exposed to. However, even those with robust cyber security can be compromised.

As such all organisations need to be prepared and aware of what their immediate response should be once they discover that their sensitive data has been compromised or hacked.

In this podcast Partner, Patrick Arben, and Helen Davenport, a Director in our Tech team offer organisations their recommendations, including three key "top tips" for what organisations should do before, during and after a suspected data breach.


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