Incident Response Boot Camp
Are You Ready For When A Cyber Incident Occurs?
Today, most businesses and charities are reliant on online services, which exposes them to cyber-attacks and data breaches. It is no longer “if” your organization will suffer a cyber incident but “when”. Yet, statistics from the UK Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2018 show that “while over four in ten businesses experienced a cyber security breach or attack in the last 12 months – less than one in three had a formal cyber incident response plan.”
This boot camp will allow you to check your organization’s cyber incident response plan against best practices or help you to create a response plan if you don’t already have one! It will guide you to the best practices for responding to a cyber incident and the technologies that can help to reduce its impact. It will also help you to choose the kinds of partners that you may need when an incident occurs.
After attending this boot camp you will be able to:
- Justify why a cyber incident response plan is needed.
- Identify the people and their roles in executing this plan.
- Detail the critical steps that the cyber incident response plan must cover.
- Explain the communications that are required as part of the response.
- Be better prepared to respond to future cyber incidents.
The consequences of not being prepared can be severe. It increases the risk to your business by failing to promptly identify what has happened at what data is affected. Your organization may be subject to additional financial penalties for failing to properly manage the incident. As well as suffering reputational damage, your organization will lose customers and revenue.
Attend this boot camp to make sure that your organization is prepared.
- Contact person:
Ms. Elene Petriashvili
- Nov 13, 2020 10:00-17:00
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