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Are You Ready for the Next Attack? 5 Tweaks to Your Incident Response Plan
IT security professionals have to deal with preventing and managing a variety of network security risks in their daily work, including cybercrime, the compromise of sensitive data, and service outages. The first line of defense is always prevention, and a slew of tools are used to help with this, including web application firewalls, network firewalls, anti-malware, and automatic failover. However, it is not always possible to prevent security breaches from occurring. The ability to limit the damage arising from any data breaches, cyber attacks, or other serious network events that actually happen rests on the development of a robust incident response plan. These incident response plans outline, in an organized manner, the steps and processes that should be followed to mitigate, reduce, and contain the damage. Attackers are constantly diversifying the means with which they attempt to carry out cyber crimes. A pressing threat faced by IT departments is cryptojacking, which has now surpassed ransomware as the most popular a form of cybercrime. Cryptojacking highlights an important distinction between incident response and disaster recovery.
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