How important are communications after your company has been breached? They can make or break customer perception, and the perception of the world. Bad communications are perceived as bad intent.
Joining Allan this week is Heather Noggle, owner of Codistac - a company that specializes in cyber communications, advocacy and awareness. She studied communications in college, and takes this stuff very seriously.
The pair cover LastPasss, Okta and Reddit breaches, comparing the bad to the good.
Poor editing of communications
Letting the lawyers have their say - but not the last say
The balance between speed and accuracy
It's a great conversation and a great show.
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