5 steps to improve your incident response plan

In today’s world, your organization needs an incident response plan to cover disasters, cyber-attacks, and other threats.  While simply having a plan will help you check the box on the audit, it doesn’t guarantee effectiveness in a real-world situation.  An Incident Response Assessment—done through fire drills, desktop exercises, functional scenarios, and full scale exercises—will help your organization truly validate the effectiveness of your plan.

 

IR assessments are meant to:
• Evaluate plans, policies, and procedures
• Find weaknesses in the plan and gaps in resources
• Improve coordination and communication internally and externally
• Define and validate roles and responsibilities
• Train personnel in their roles and responsibilities

 

co2.pngJoin HP for the webinar, “5 Steps to Improve Your Incident Response Plan,” on Thursday, May 1 from 1-2pm EDT. This webinar will provide practical steps for assessing your organization's plans and demonstrate ways to improve them through a methodical and proven approach.

 

Space is limited, so reserve your seat now.

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