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9 Steps To Critical Event Management Improvement
The traditional approach to critical event management (CEM) involves using manual processes and disjointed systems leading to inefficient, ineffective response to situations like cyber-attacks and data breaches, critical infrastructure failure, utility outages, and reputation incidents.
In these kinds of emergency situations, organizations need fast responses in order to protect your data, intellectual property, and employees.
By leveraging a holistic approach to CEM, organizations can look forward to a more unified, distributed, automated, and collaborative process.
Access this white paper to learn an essential 9-step CEM process that organizations can use to improve their responses to critical events.