The Guide to Outsmarting Hackers
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Find out when breaches are required to be disclosed, and who should be the one to do it. Sample 10-K form included.
Recently, breach disclosure requirements have been amped up several notches with changes from the SEC, FTC, FCC, and NYDFS. Some of these new requirements may affect you soon, while some are already in effect.
Moreover, in 2024, the number of legally disclosable breaches is expected to skyrocket from hundreds to tens of thousands, so organizations must be prepared. When should breaches be disclosed, and who should be the one to do it?
This guide, authored by cybersecurity and risk expert Mike Wilkes, includes:
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