Find out what steps your business should be taking to better prepare for a cyber-attack.
With the number of cyber-attacks expected to grow rapidly over the coming year, it’s not a matter of 'if' your business will be targeted, but 'when'. This is why preparation is key. Creating an incident response plan doesn’t need to be difficult. Developed by the award-winning team at Aura Informaton Security, our useful guide outlines the four key steps you should be taking to ensure your business doesn't get caught off guard.
This session is to assess your business’ existing readiness and response capability; and assist you in identifying who needs to be involved in incident response and what their role will be.
This step covers identifying proposed scenarios (likely incidents) and which division or individuals will form key components of the response.
The only way to truly test whether your incident response plan and any playbooks you have work is to test them. This step covers what to test for so you can assess how quickly your business is able to respond in the event of a cyber-attack.
This step covers why it’s important to ensure that carrying out regular reviews and testing of incident response becomes part of your business’ security policy.
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