Diagnosing Disaster: How To Recover From An Attack

Report Relays Insider Tips On Many Facets Of CSIRPs

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Today, cyber-attacks are both plentiful and high-profile. Big-business enterprises, government agencies and small and midsize businesses (SMB) have all become victim to these attacks. Whether hackers demand a ransom, infiltrate an archive or database, or destroy content in their paths, the practicing CISO must be able to handle these events in real time.

It is clear that an organization’s security posture depends on a number of variables, and chiefly among them is the ability to counter an attack. The cyber security incident response plan (CSIRP), which houses step-by-step protocols for forensics, decryption, controls and more, is vital to daily operations within the SOC. This report sheds light on technical aspects such as pivoting, internal and external challenges and the many sizable shifts occurring around IRPs.


Specifically, in this report, entitled “Diagnosing Disaster: How To Recover From An Attack,” you’ll learn:

  • The rising prominence of these incident response plans
  • Ways in which resource-constrained security teams can effectively detect and contain
  • Top challenges for today’s analysts and executives, and tips to navigate dynamic or complex CSIRPs

Be sure to download the full Market Report, to glean useful technical and cultural insights on the structure of an enterprise’s IRP.

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