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Preparing for the Worst with an Incidence Response Plan

Every organization must have an incidence response (IR) plan that will handle preparation, identifying the start of an incident, recovering from it, restoring normal operations and support sound security policies.

With any cybersecurity incident, security teams will face uncertainties and chaotic activities. In such a high-pressure environment the risk of not following proper incidence response procedures becomes high and limiting the damage becomes elusive.  It is essential that CISOs must institute a through incidence response plan that enables clear thinking and taking pre-planned steps that will define the loss and prevent business impacts from occurring.

What makes up a sound IR plan? There are several steps when putting together an actionable IR plan, at the high-level preparation, detection, investigation, containment, eradication, recovery, and monitoring are critical fundamentals in a program.


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