Incident Response

Incident Response

Breach Discovery Takes 197 Days

Survey Finds Breach Discovery Takes an Average 197 Days

A new global study based on 500 interviews conducted by The Ponemon Institute on behalf of IBM finds that the average amount of time required to identify a data breach is 197 ...
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When Brand Reputation is on The Line: Five Tips for Crisis Communications

When Brand Reputation is on The Line: Five Tips for Crisis Communications

Any business needs to be prepared for crisis communications. From product failures to how an organization handles a natural disaster—emergencies can have a severe impact on a business's reputation and performance. The ...
The Biggest Mistakes to Avoid with Incident Response

The Biggest Mistakes to Avoid with Incident Response

Incident response is a critical component to containing and remediating security incidents and events. It can also be an incredibly detailed and difficult process to manage when you’re trying to restore business ...

This Isn’t a Tech Thriller: IoT Attacks Are Real

If you read enough tech thriller or science fiction books, you’re bound to be familiar with a super villain using some kind of technology to wreak havoc across the planet—often triggered by ...
5 Fundamental Incident Response Checklists

5 Fundamental Incident Response Checklists

Once you have a good understanding of the phases of incident response, it’s time to start developing and implementing incident response checklists that are customized for your business. IR checklists can help ...
5 Helpful Incident Response Checklists

5 Helpful Incident Response Checklists

Once you have a good understanding of the phases of incident response, it’s time to start developing and implementing incident response checklists that are customized for your business. IR checklists can help ...
Language Matters Data Breach

Language Matters When It Comes to a Data Breach

Data breaches were not going to stop just because the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect May 25. One of the first ones to happen since the compliance ...
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3 Reasons Why You Need an Incident Response Plan

3 Reasons Why You Need an Incident Response Plan

When reputation, revenue, and customer trust is at stake, it’s critical that an organization can identify and respond to security incidents and events. Whether a breach is small or large, organizations need ...
Double Standard of Reporting Breaches

Why the Double Standard of Reporting Breaches?

Most people like to point out when things in life are not fair, often asking, “Why do I have to do it if they don’t?” Cybersecurity professionals likely ask that question when ...
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