Getting ready to tackle a ransomware attack can only be achieved through practice. This ransomware attack scenario is based on a real-life case.
What You Need to Know About the changing landscape of Cyber Crisis Management
TrustPeers methodology covers the entire IR lifecycle organized in four phases Plan, Practice, Response, and Post-analysis.
This report is one amongst many that convey the same general idea, as consensus about the rising level of cyber-threat is spreading across all cyber-related industries.
When unauthorized access is detected, missing crucial mitigation steps makes the difference between early containment and catastrophic lateral escalation.
A ransomware attack affects all aspects of an organization and the CEO involvement from the start is critical to minimize the damage.
How working from home affected cyber Incident Response plans and how to handle a cyber security emergencies remotely?
Incident response tabletop exercises are designed to increase the response teams’ preparedness. As far as preparedness is concerned, a cyber incident response tabletop exercise is to cybersecurity what a fire drill is to firemen.
An incident response tabletop exercise program should be a holistic one involving all parties potentially affected and covering all aspects of every potential incident in maximum detail. Yet, that lofty goal is not always an applicable option, so there are intermediate approaches to consider.
The main goals of any Incident Response (IR) tabletop exercise are to minimize MTTR (Mean Time to Resolution) and increase the IR team members’ level of preparedness. When planning an online tabletop exercise, there are a few things to keep in mind to organize it optimally and reap maximal results.
Applying the TTE principles delineated might be easy to achieve with a small team, but, when running Incident Response (IR) Tabletop Exercises (TTEs) for large organizations spread across continents and with thousands of employees, scaling up might seem insurmountable.