How to craft and implement effective incident response plans

10/4/2012 | Government Health IT online

An incident response plan not only can help organizations mitigate data breaches and other risks, but it can also assist them in complying with HIPAA and other security rules. This article discusses seven best practices for crafting and implementing IRPs, including defining an IRP's scope and getting buy-in from the C-suite team and other executives.

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