Cybercrimes are facts of the modern technological society. While extant literature proposes a variety of prescriptive practices to combat cybercrimes, there is scant research to address how organizational leaders should minimize the impact of cybercrimes on their companies and the community after they have occurred. This study addresses the steps leaders should take in the aftermath of cybercrimes and proposes a four-stage leadership model consisting of best practices to guide leaders in preparing, responding, and recovering from a digital or cybersecurity attack.