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Reducing Cyber Risk: 5 Tweaks to Your Incident Response Plan
An incident response plan is a crucial set of instructions designed to help your IT department—security team at larger companies—properly deal with the slew of network security incidents that can hamper your business at any given moment. Such incidents include (but are not limited to) ransomware, data breaches, service outages, and cyber crimes such as crypto-jacking or malware. A robust cyber incident response plan should outline with brevity and precision the exact steps your organization should follow to contain the cyber threat, mitigate damage, control incidents, and bring them to a halt. An incident response plan should be drawn up with the input of key company decision makers and stakeholders, including IT staff and security personnel. The plan should include tools, technologies, and processes to combat and recover from cybersecurity incidents. There should also be a detailed communications plan outlining who should be contacted, both internal and external to the business, following the detection of and recovery from network security incidents.
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