Cybersecurity is hard. It is a constant tug-of-war against the attacks of criminals, and as everywhere in the world, there is no such thing as 100% security and 100% protection. Cyber security experts therefore advise businesses to have emergency plans in case of a breach, and most importantly, not to wait until they are in the middle of something. Digital emergencies can actually be practiced in advance. Ideally, businesses should already start writing a disaster manual that assigns tasks to each person in charge. Not only internal rescuers should be listed here, but also external helpers. A communication strategy to inform customers and the public should also be in place. Then, when the time (hopefully never) comes, companies can keep a cool head and handle the situation quickly and professionally.