According to The Hartford, most businesses are forced to close shop after experiencing a data breach and those that manage to stay open rarely reclaim the success they experienced prior to the breach. You can’t undo a data breach once it has happened to your business, but you can help mitigate the damage of a data breach and save your company’s reputation if you respond correctly.
Early warning signs that your business has been breached include erratic behavior of your computers such as new software suddenly appearing on your hard drive, new features mysteriously added to your web browser toolbar, and antivirus software settings that are changed or turned off without your prior knowledge.
Here are the steps you should take if your business experiences a data breach as written by Mike Kelly from The Hartford. Click here to read the full article.