Cyber attacks take place at the rate of one every 39 seconds, and when it happens to you it can feel like the end of the world.
Hacked devices, crashed websites, breached networks, and denials of service are all fairly commonplace and all potentially very damaging.
If the worst happens, don't panic. A cyber attack need not be a disaster, but a poor response to a cyber attack will lead to a disaster. While you cannot always control how the breach occurs, you can control how you respond to it, and if managed appropriately much of the damage can be mitigated.
Coordinated, vigorous responses to incidents will limit lost time, money, reputation and the costs of recovery.