Be prepared

An essential guide to developing your data breach response plan

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In Australia, companies that hold sensitive or confidential information about customers have a legal responsibility to keep it secure. Unfortunately, our increased reliance on digital technologies means that this is not a straightforward or risk-free task.  

  • In 2016 more than 3 million records were stolen every day across the globe
  • More than 1 billion data records were either lost or stolen last year - an increase of 86% from 2015
  • A single data breach costs an Australian company $2.64 million
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Here’s the bottom line: data breaches are expensive, and they’re becoming increasingly common. It’s no longer a question of if your company will be breached, but when.

In this free guide, we'll show you:

  • Why you need a data breach response plan
  • How to develop a plan for your business
  • Examples of data breach response plans
  • Resources for developing and implementing your plan 
  • When you might need cyber insurance

The notifiable data breach scheme requires a response plan be implemented by all business under the Privacy Act. This became a legal requirement for Australian businesses on the 22 February 2018. Don't leave it until it's too late; fill out the form on the right and start working on your data breach response plan today. 

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