People & Transformation

Your Employees’ Personal Data Was Hacked…What’s Next?

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Communicating effectively with employees after a cyber-attack is critical to maintaining trust internally, preventing speculation about the incident, and protecting the company’s reputation with external stakeholders as well – especially if employee data was impacted. After a cyber incident, companies are managing a lot of moving parts and questions, so we’ve put together a checklist that covers the basics for how to talk about a data breach with your employees.

Download our full guide, which addresses how to:

  • Communicate Early, Transparently and Empathetically
  • Develop Talking Points and FAQs Specific to Each Internal Stakeholder Group
  • Establish Open Lines of Communication
  • Follow Up with Regular Communication
  • Launch Training Programs and Awareness Initiatives
  • Check the Pulse

 

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