Snapshot: Effective Incident Response

Putting together a comprehensive incident response plan requires planning and preparation. That has to be the first step to build a solid foundation upon which the rest of your plan can stand. Develop a solid plan, assign responsibilities and ensure you have the technology in place to support that plan.
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Planning and executing an incident response plan often calls for skills and expertise outside the realm of the core business. In that event, it’s advisable to bring in outsourced services to ensure nothing gets left behind or left to chance. Find the right partner and your incident response plan becomes rock-solid.
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Considering the extent to which cyberthreats continue to evolve, and the pace at which they evolve, your incident response plan must account for more contingencies that ever before. You still have to be ready for the classic threats, but also new more advanced threats, as well as insider threats and threats that weren’t even considered years ago.
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It’s not enough just to have an incident response plan in place. Your team has to be ready to acknowledge inbound threats or attacks underway and react appropriately when the time comes—and the time will come. You have to be able to detect threats and responds to those threats in real time.
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Any incident response plan involves far more than firewalls and other security technology. The people and processes that support your security infrastructure are equally if not more important. Involve all aspects of your organization in developing and executing on your incident response plan.
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