Incident Response Program Design: Living in an “Assumption of Breach” World

Organizations are being compromised at an alarming rate by hackers using increasingly creative attack vectors.

Boston, October 13, 2021The “assumption of breach” world we live in compels financial services firms to invest more in IR programs to address these inevitable incidents, and these programs need to evolve to keep pace with the changing threat landscape. Ineffectual IR programs can increase business insurance premiums and the cost of credit. This Impact Brief provides a foundational overview of critical components necessary to design an effective IR program, emphasizing details that information security organizations sometimes overlook.

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This report mentions BreachQuest, Cloud Security Alliance, CREST International, Cyware, D3 Security, EC-Council, eLearnSecurity, EverBridge Inc., Exabeam Inc., FireHydrant, Global Information Assurance Certification, International Electrotechnical Commission, International Organization for Standardization, MITRE Corporation, National Institute of Standards and Technology, OODA LLC., Onspring Technologies LLC., Resolver, SANS Institute SIRP Labs, Software Engineering Institute, and Sumo Logic.

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