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Cyber incident trends: what can you do to prepare?

20 February 2019 by Steph Gray

As you can imagine, the last couple of years have seen us get a lot more enquiries from clients looking to stress-test their crisis preparedness. Cyber incidents are especially tricky to handle, for a number of reasons: The information vacuum is more acute and extended It can take a while…

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Using “prudent overreaction” to manage an incident of our own

15 May 2018 by Steph Gray

Simulations and exercises are our bread and butter. It’s great to rehearse in a safe space, to test out crisis plans and teamworking before the real thing happens. But crises don’t come neatly diarised, in well-equipped conference rooms, so simulations can only be one element of your crisis preparedness efforts.…

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Shutting the stable door: handling data security breaches in social media

23 September 2014 by Steph Gray

Imagine waking up to an exposé of your firm’s supply chain: you’ve been indirectly responsible for supporting child labour on an industrial scale. NGOs are mobilising a campaign. A leading celebrity has already tweeted her disgust. Or the email that pings your BlackBerry on a Sunday morning confirming that environmental regulators…

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