Jonathan Armstrong on Learning from Data Breaches [Podcast]

Compliance Perspectives show

Summary: <a href=""></a><br> <a href=""></a><br> By Adam Turteltaub<br><br> There have been at least 90,000 data breaches reported under the GDPR already.  That’s a big number, and <a href="">Jonathan Armstrong</a>, a partner at Cordery Compliance, thinks it’s probably on the low side.<br> If there’s good news to the dizzying number of reported incidents, it’s that they are rich with learning for compliance professionals.<br> In this podcast he offers valuable insights including:<br> <br> * Organizations need to have a plan in place before a breach<br> * It’s highly worthwhile to not just have the plan but to also rehearse a data breach response, cognizant of the time deadlines of GDPR<br> * Compliance must have a seat at the table and not let this just be handled as an IT issue<br> * Organizations need to keep records to share with regulators<br> * It’s essential to treat regulators with respect<br> * Prudence argues for planning a response assuming your organization may have lost internet access<br> <br> Listen in to learn more about how to prepare your organization to prevent and respond to data breaches more effectively.<br>