CISO Strategies & Tactics For Incident Response

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Seth Adler
08/31/2020

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In CISO Strategies & Tactics For Incident Response, the CSHub community provides feedback on how Incident Response, mindset, strategy, tactics and tech have evolved. And they share their thoughts on where we go from here.

Key discussion areas include:

  • Realizing Distributed Continuity
  • Setting Board Standards & Expectations
  • Flexible Operationalizing Of New Timelines
  • Involving The Value Chain
  • Attaining Remote Hygiene
  • Adapting To The Changing Threat Landscape
  • Security Culture & Consciousness
  • And more

Sneak Peak At Three Insights:

  • “It may be six months, it might be a year, might be two
    years, we’re planning to keep working like this for the
    foreseeable future. And that means having that resiliency
    at home, having that resiliency of your teams at home, or
    wherever they work from. So we’ve had to be more flexible
    in our plans.
    • Tom Kartanowicz, Regional Chief Information Officer - Americas, Commerzbank AG
  • “People don’t necessarily understand how to configure
    their routers or how to change a default password. We
    sent out communications to people and kept it to the
    most basic stuff. They have bank information and all kinds
    of other things on their own personal networks that puts
    them at risk. And so, we’re trying to sell the win of how
    changing the router security helps ‘you and your family,’ as
    well as the company”
    • Lisa Tuttle, Chief Information Security Officer, SPX Corporation
  • “We need better control and visibility of whether users have
    the proper applications and updates and patches to their
    security systems.”
    • Herman Brown, Chief Information Officer, SF District Attorney’s Office

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