Data Breach: How to Prepare for What Experts Have Deemed Is Inevitable

Data security experts often say there are two types of businesses: those that have been hacked and those who will be hacked. Many small business owners believe they are too small to attract a hacker or fall victim to a breach, but this is not true. Given the costs and broad reach of data breaches, small businesses must take a proactive role in preparing themselves for a breach and mitigating its effects. A small business can take practical steps to better protect itself and its brand from the effects of a data breach.

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Originally published in Artisan Spirit: Summer 2019.

Lynette Ryan ArceLynette Ryan Arce
Lynette Arce focuses her practice on matters of privacy, cybersecurity, and data breach response. She advises clients on state, federal, and international privacy issues, including risk management and regulatory compliance. She has served both private and public entities across various industries, including education, entertainment, hospitality, retail, and financial services. Read Lynette Arce's full bio. 


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