GDPR compliance means that your organization should be prepared to deal with data breaches,
and provide for rapid counteractions to
mitigate their impact.
Data breaches must be notified to supervisory authorities within
72 hours, or even less,
if data breaches affect the freedom of natural individuals (GDPR Article 33). In addition, every affected person must be notified with
the details about the incident.
To this end, your organization must define an incident response plan, as well as setup the right environment to mitigate the impact of data breaches.
In the edit page of the data audit, just click on the add (+) icon for the field "incident response plan". Then, you can insert all details about the incident response plan. In this case, incident response is helped by Attack Prophecy, thanks to its virtual patching mechanism that also covers zero-day (never-before-seen) attacks that may lead to data breaches.
Please note that in general, for each data breach detection technique, you should specify:
In the edit page of the data audit, just click on the add (+) icon for the field "Data Protection Impact Assessment". Then, you can insert all details about the DPIA, uploading a PDF report.
Please note that DPIA