Tag Archives: Incident Response Plan

4 Important Steps to Take When Creating an Incident Response Plan

By Erik Leach, CISSP, SCF Imagine coming home and finding your house broken into and some of your belongings missing.  As you totter from room to room, you would probably feel anger, frustrated, disturbed and a little overwhelmed.  At a vulnerable moment such as that, it probably would not be the best time to engage […]

How to Quickly Respond to Computer Intrusions – HALOCK

By Todd Hacke The moment you realize you are experiencing a network-based breach, you may not know what to do. Minute one, hour one, day one, what should a technical team do to respond to a breach while it’s still in play? While having a full incident response plan, a trained response team, and well-placed […]

INCIDENT RESPONSE: KNOWING YOUR OBLIGATIONS IN THE EVENT OF A SECURITY BREACH

Author: Glenn A. Stout, Ph.D, PMP Your organization just experienced a data security incident. All of the data that was entrusted to your organization to be kept safe is now “out there” on the Internet.  Your organization doesn’t have an incident response plan.  Who do you call?  When should you call?  What information needs to be […]

“The Walking Dead” and Windows XP

The IT world is preparing for one of its highest profile deaths on April 8th, 2014. Microsoft will be discontinuing security updates and technical support for Windows XP and its variants. Microsoft will not mourn, as their call to action is to migrate off of one of its most popular consumer operating systems in history.

As Part of Your Incident Response Plan, Make Sure There are Needles in Your Haystack

Incident Responders take a lot of pride in finding that ‘Needle in the Haystack’ when conducting data breach investigations. The thrill of forensics lies in finding the tiniest clue that unravels the story of how a breach occurred and what exactly was compromised as a result. But the reality is that during forensic investigations, there […]