Is your construction company prepared to respond to a data breach?

Is your construction company prepared to respond to a data breach?

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A formal data breach response plan can make the threat of a security breach less intimidating. The following Virginia Business article addresses how data breaches can impact construction businesses and outlines some of the steps construction business owners can take to ensure they have a comprehensive data breach response plan in place.

Preparing for a data breach: The construction industry is no exception

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Collin J. Hite |© 2016 Virginia Business. All rights reserved.


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