A successful response requires more than a plan. It requires the resources and expertise to scale.
When a breach occurs, customers expect a swift, authentic, and reassuring response. Details like clear and timely communication and experts available to answer questions are critical to rebuilding customer trust.
A successful breach response begins well in advance of an incident and addresses three key components:
Scalable, fast, and high-quality customer response capacity reserved
Team with response muscle-memory ready to go
Documented, tested, and up-to-date response plan
AllClear Reserved Response gives your business the capacity to scale and respond quickly so you can deliver a seamless and timely customer experience after a breach.
What It Means to Be Response Ready
Our Reserved Response program includes a series of activities designed to prepare your organization to launch a customer-facing breach response. When the process is complete, you are Response Ready.
As a Response Ready organization, you’re better equipped to make critical decisions and reduce errors when launching a customer-facing breach response.
- Specialists collaborate with your internal and external incident response team to build a customer-facing breach response plan that includes notification, support, and identity protection services.
- Your customer-facing response plan is tailored to your business’ and team’s specific needs, incorporating best practices from our experience managing history’s largest and most complex data breach responses.
- Your plan is validated and stress-tested using detailed, customer-facing response drills and simulations.1
Resources to Get Prepared
In this previously recorded webinar, a panel of experts representing the industry’s leaders in cybersecurity law, forensics, and management discusses insights and recommendations for breach preparation, response, and recovery.
In this previously recorded webinar, breach experts from AllClear ID and Forrester Research analyze key considerations for a successful breach response.
In this previously recorded webinar, five experts discuss the findings of the NetDiligence 2014 Cyber Claims Study: The Real Cost of a Data Breach.