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Dear CIOs/CISOs: Create detailed BCM plans. Create incident management plans. Ensure clean backups and restore processes. Practice and test these processes!

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The development of emergency plans and crisis scenarios ensures the continuation of your business in case of emergency

“Emergency plan
Contingency planning and emergency management are an important part of a security strategy to be prepared for an emergency.
An IT contingency plan typically includes defined processes and documentation for all systems, including fixed and tested recovery points and duration, and is embedded in the company’s overall contingency plans. Topics such as call numbers of relevant persons, composition and competencies of the crisis team as well as communication to e.g. data protection authorities, customers and the public should be taken into account.
The emergency plan is extended to include a restart concept based on the critical systems and in order to minimize the damage to the company as far as possible.
We recommend an exercise with the plans at least once a year.

Crisis exercise with IR provider
An enhancement we recommend is to have an experienced Incidence Response (IR) provider review the contingency plan to determine if the preparation for cyber emergencies is adequate (specifically, if the IR service provider has access to all necessary information that is urgently needed in the event of an emergency). Furthermore, a plan exercise should be run through with this service provider.”