TMT legal update: help is at hand if your organisation is under cyber attack
The Communications Electronics Security Group (CESG) has launched two new schemes to help organisations rapidly obtain expert assistance in the event they fall victim to a cyber attack.
In the event of a cyber attack compromising an organisation’s network, immediate action is required. The Cyber Incident Response schemes will provide a list of government-assured and certified providers of response and clean-up services that an organisation may call upon in the event of an attack. The schemes follow a twin-track approach for certified Cyber Incident Response services…
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