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Responding to a Cyber Incident

Find out what you should do if you think that you have been a victim of a cyber incident.

Data Breach Response: A Guide for Business – addresses the steps to take once a breach has occurred
Federal Trade Commission

Recovering from a Cybersecurity Incident – geared towards small manufacturers; presentation about best practices that use the Incident Response Lifecycle to provide guidance on recovering from and preventing cybersecurity incidents
Manufacturing Extension Partnership

Hacked Devices & Accounts - A hacked account or device can make you more vulnerable to other cyberattacks. Get the info you need to recognize, report, and recover.
Cybercrime Support Network

Content outlined on the Small Business Cybersecurity Corner webpages contains documents and resources from our contributors. These resources were identified by our contributors as information they deemed most relevant and timely—and were chosen based on the current needs of the small business community.  Certain commercial entities may be identified in this Web site or linked Web sites. Such identification is not intended to imply recommendation or endorsement by NIST, nor is it intended to imply that the entities, materials, or equipment are necessarily the best available for the purpose.

Created February 7, 2019, Updated September 16, 2022