INCIDENT RESPONSE CYBERSECURITY: Incident Response…What Needs to Be in a Good Policy. Organizations need an incident response policy, and — perhaps most importantly — a number of playbooks that allow them to think through a variety of different incident scenarios.
INCIDENT RESPONSE DATA SECURITY: Building an Incident Response Program: Creating the Framework. An incident response (IR) plan does not need to be overly complicated or require reams and reams of policy, standard, and other documentation. However, having a solid and
INCIDENT RESPONSE PREPARE: Creating an Incident Response Checklist to Prepare for a Data Breach. The SANS Institute developed a six-step framework to help organizations respond to security incidents, from the initial discovery of a breach to post-incident investigations. Read more
INCIDENT RESPONSE ENTERPRISE IMPERATIVE: Five Tips for Improving Incident Response. While there’s no silver bullet for incident response, Christopher Scott, global remediation lead for IBM’s X-Force Incident Response and Intelligence Services (IRIS) team, argues that the right processes and people
INCIDENT RESPONSE LEARN: Four Major Obstacles Preventing Effective Incident Response. When it comes to modern cyber security, an effective first response is critical but not always easy. Ryan Benson, Senior Threat Researcher at Exabeam, examines four of the most common
INCIDENT RESPONSE THREATS: Throw Out the Playbooks to Win at Incident Response. Four reasons why enterprises that rely on playbooks give hackers an advantage. Read more [DARKREADING.COM] SECURITY THINK TANK: Ensure Incident Response in the Face of Inevitable Messaging Leaks.
INCIDENT RESPONSE NIST: How to Recover from Cyber Incidents in Government. What actions do organizations need to take to prepare for cybersecurity incidents? The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has answers in Special Publication 800-184, titled: ‘Guide for
INCIDENT RESPONSE HOW: An Effective Incident Response Plan Can Help You Predict Your Security Future. Chief information security officers (CISOs) understand that their enterprises will be subject to a breach, or at least an attempted attack, at some point. While
INCIDENT RESPONSE HHS: Incident Response Will Be Scrutinized. A federal watchdog agency has added two security-related evaluations to its to-do list: assessing the Department of Health and Human Services’ incident response capabilities and reviewing internal IT and security controls of
INCIDENT RESPONSE FEDERAL CISOs: Want More Education and Training to Help Boost Incident Response. Federal CISOs agree that investment in workforce training and education is the key to increasing incident response capabilities. If budgets weren’t an issue, Department of Homeland