So your company’s been hacked: How to handle the aftermath
After a company has been hacked and the hack has been discovered to be a harmful one, top executives and IT leaders normally huddle in a room to assess the loss.
It’s usually not a pretty scene.
It’s not as if heads are exploding. It is more like what some might call a tense “come to Jesus” moment.
“It’s not good,” said cyber security expert Tyler Cohen Wood. She’s participated in post-hack forensics sessions at companies and has witnessed the faces of panicked executives firsthand.