The majority of privacy executives know that the question isn’t if privacy incidents will occur; it’s when. However, industry leaders go one step further and recognize that incidents are routine and require a proactive posture — elevating today’s human-driven, manual processes (incident “response”) to programmatic incident “management.”
But shifting to a proactive posture requires more than just planning a response ahead of time.
It requires laying a foundation of people, process, and technology that enables your business, integrates with security and adjacent departments, and orchestrates coordinated workflows when privacy events occur.
Just as the Security Operations Center (SOC) is the heartbeat of security teams, a proactive incident management program sits at the core of every privacy department. Proactive readiness is foundational.
Introducing The CPO’s Guide: Evolving from Privacy Incident Response to Proactive Readiness.
I’m pleased to introduce BreachRx’s latest guide, designed exclusively for privacy and legal executives in the C-Suite.
This guide explores:
- Why proactive incident management is foundational for the modern organization.
- 4 elements of privacy incident management maturity
- A 3-step checklist for proactive incident management
- What success looks like for global enterprises and high-growth organizations
Readers won’t just gain comprehensive knowledge of proactive incident readiness. They’ll directly support CEOs’ #1 priority — growth — by mastering what CEOs say is biggest threat to their top line (privacy incidents).
Every company deals with incidents; it’s how you respond that sets you apart.
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The CPO’s Guide:
Integrating Privacy and Security Incident Response
How to Do It and Why It Reduces Risk