What Your Recognition Provider Should Do Before, During and After a Cyber Attack

January 15, 2016 | By Mike Ryan

Cyber-attacks are an unfortunate byproduct of a web-enabled society. Last year the aggregate number of attempted security intrusions grew to 42.8 million annually—an average of 117,339 per day.

Every business is vulnerable and falling victim can be costly both in real dollars and professional reputation especially if you don’t have the right provider in place. What should your recognition provider do before, during and after a cyber attack?

In this month’s Performance Perspective, Mike Ryan explores:

  • Cyber attacks and their impact on business

  • The importance of having a response plan designed with you in mind

  • What your recognition provider should do before, during, and after a cyber attack


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