When your organization faces an emergency, communications (or the lack thereof) to your employees, customers, and other stakeholders can support or erode that foundation, once you have notified you of an incident, you must let you know about any additional information that changes the details of the incident, furthermore, contact you if your workplace has experienced a critical incident and you would like support or information about your service.
Timely, professional interventions in times of crisis will help to minimise the level of disruption an incident may have on your organization and its performance, also, develop and build security content, scripts, tools, or methods to enhance the incident investigation processes.
Loss, alteration or destruction of information, give the contact person the latest information about the breach, your response, and how individuals should respond.
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