The value of your cyber incident response plan becomes stronger as various global incidents unfold. Just today, I was going through my news feeds and came across a post titled “Cybersecurity: Defending ‘unpreventable’ cyber attacks” by Paul Rubens from BBC News and one word stood out, “Vigilance”.
Incident Response plan
This is part 2 of a two part post on Incident Response Plan for Cyber Attacks. The other post left off at listing the responsibilities that are often assigned to IRT members. Below the list continues:
The Incident Response Plan (IRP) for Cyber Attacks outlines a fast, orderly and effective process for dealing with suspected computer related intellectual property theft. It outlines how an organization deals with hacking attempts, social networking scams, viruses, DoS attacks, data exfiltration and the like. Although the premier mission is to prevent data loss, the secondary responsibility …