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A security incident is often a high-pressure situation. Having pre-planned incident response steps helps for an immediate and more organized response and can spare many unnecessary business impacts and associated reputational harm.
Every cybersecurity leader senses the urgent need to prepare for a cyberattack. If you haven’t already, most likely you’ll want to deploy an effective incident response policy soon, before an attack results in a breach or other serious consequences. Creating an effective incident response policy helps ensure a timely, effective, and orderly response to a security event.
Quickly get up to speed on the emerging field of User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) and how information security organizations are utilizing it: Security teams are increasingly shifting towards tying technologies like UEBA to their conventional SIEMs and other legacy prevention systems.
A cybersecurity incident response plan checklist will help your organization respond to security incidents quickly and efficiently. In the event of a security incident, having a comprehensive incidence response plan in place will help to minimize damage to your organization, and mitigate impacts of cyber threats.