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As soon as you discover a breach of data privacy, it's go time for your response team. Sooner, rather than later, is the only acceptable timeframe for putting your data breach response plan in action.
With a proper plan and a properly trained team, you can skip the panic phase and go straight to recovery mode, making the first 24 hours following a breach count toward a successful resolution.
The first step is rallying the troops. Alert your incident lead and breach response team to kick off your response protocol as quickly as possible. They'll extend the call-to-arms to other key stakeholders and vendors.
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