The worst time to realize you are not prepared for a computer security incident is during a data breach. Having a Computer Security Incident Response Plan (CSIRP) in place is the first step for any incident response function. The CSIRP must capture roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders across the organization, articulate incident response processes, and establish communications flows and notifications procedures. And your CSIRP must honestly reflect your team’s capabilities to respond to various types of breaches and address the skillsets required for each of those types.
Dell SecureWorks information security consultants help you develop an effective CSIRP, based on IT security best practices and tailored to your organization’s specialized needs. Your incident response plan will detail what needs to happen so you and your team can respond quickly and effectively to a security breach, and minimize the impact to your organization. In addition, your Computer Security Incident Response Plan will reflect the latest intelligence on threats and tradecraft used by attackers, and addresses the specific types of threats and scenarios of greatest concern to your organization.
Presentation of the findings and exact deliverables are custom tailored to the type of work performed and to your particular needs.
Contact an Information Security Consultant at Dell SecureWorks for a further discussion on how we might be able to help with your specialized security needs.
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