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Be prepared before it happens
A privacy incident is a violation of the law, company policy, or internal security policy that allows unauthorized access to or disclosure of data. You are legally forced to respond to privacy incidents in a fast, efficient and protective way. The clock is ticking once your company gets knowledge of an incident. It is necessary to be prepared for a privacy incident before it happens. Everybody that needs to be involved has to be trained, aware and ready taking the necessary actions, to investigate, respond and take actions. With us you can inform, respond and take the actions supported by automation tools. Our joint teams prepare you and guide you through the process. We keep track of all the key metrics and context of your incident or breach response so you don’t have to.
A lot of these steps can be automized with our automization tools with the help of our privacy experts
Time is ticking: You are not prepared, we can help you anyway
You are in trouble with a data protection authority or have been breached and are lost in what actions to take to prevent major damage. 2B Advice experts understand what triggers Data Protections Authorities, how to communicate with authorities and data subjects when a privacy incidents happens. Don’t hesitate to get help from us, as soon as possible.
Four steps to take: Intake – Assess – Respond - Prevent
Not a good day when you find out about a privacy incident? But what do you do next? 2B Advice Privacy Incident Management is here to help. We help you respond to an incident and preventing one from happening again. You got knowledge of an incident. This is what needs to happen:
- Take in the incident and document it. Get all the information needed to assess the incident and inform stakeholders.
- Assess whether there was a privacy impact, and if so, what actions are your obligation to take. You need to know how to inform data subjects or authorities and what deadlines apply.
- Inform all stakeholders from PR responsibles to IT departments and forensic response teams.
- Define and take all the necessary actions to prevent the incident from happening again.
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