White Paper 3 Steps to Incident Readiness: Hope for the Best but Prepare for the Worst

Game plans exist for a good reason. They work – because they minimize uncertainty, confusion and guesswork. By following the right game plan, security teams can leap into action to reduce threat response time, adversary dwell time and malicious activity.

Rapid, Effective Incident Response Begins with Incident Readiness. IT security incidents will happen although the adversaries and their timing and techniques are unknown. In the midst of this certain uncertainty, stretched-thin security teams do their best to secure your entire organization. Unfortunately, many priorities demand their
time and attention. Reactive, unplanned, unrehearsed incident response can delay threat identification, containment and remediation. Reduce this risk by empowering your security team through three best practices that consists of critical incident readiness activities based on real-world experiences.

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