Preparing for data breaches, ransomware, and other cyber-attacks may not sound like much fun, but in the long run, it’s better to be prepared for the worst than not prepared at all.

Even small companies should have a plan in place for this type of event, because no business is too small to be targeted, especially in this day and age.

When making your cyber-response plans there are a few things you’ll want to discuss with your team.

How To Create a Cyber-Response Plan

Write down the answers to the following questions to help you see where your company might be vulnerable and to help form a company-wide protocol for what happens if one of those vulnerabilities is exploited.

  • What will be the first step if your company has been ransomed or data has been breached?
  • What is the plan if a device is lost or stolen?
  • Will your company insurance cover a cyberattack or missing device?
  • Do you have an attorney you trust that can prepare a response for those affected by a data breach?
  • Do you have a data recovery plan?

Need Help Creating a Cyber-Response Plan?

If you aren’t sure about the answers to these questions, we’re here to help! Give us a call at Computek and we can help you make cyber-response plans for these scenarios and more. Call 512-869-1155 to set up an appointment here: