Harvard Business Review on Breaches

Via Chris Hoff, “Harvard Business Review: Excellent Data Breach Case Study…” we learn that the Harvard Business Review has a case study, “Boss, I think Someone Stole Out Customer Data.”

The fictitious company profiled is Flayton Electronics, a regional electronics chain with 32 stores across six states. The premise of the fictitious data breach focuses on the manner in which Flayton Electronics decides what to do, how to interact with LEO, and how/if to communicate the alleged data breach consisting of potentially thousands of their customer’s credit cards.

Both Chris’ article and the HBR article are worth reading.

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