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 BREACH RESPONSE: Incident Response Reconsidered. Many security leaders argue over whether their incident response posture needs to be proactive or reactive. But Rsam CISO Bryan Timmerman says it isn’t either or – that organizations need both. Here’s why.