incident response

incident response

The follow-up to an unplanned event such as a hardware or software failure or attack against a computer or network. Incident response requires preparation, especially for attacks, because the breach may still be in the process of causing damage.
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Here are "7 Deadly Sins" that Lancope often sees companies committing when attempting to build an incident response function.
The objective of this research is to develop guidance for transportation decision makers to incorporate freight, transit, and incident response stakeholders into the integrated corridor management (ICM) process.
If I were to look at all of these trends in terms of investment, security professionals are looking at investing the most in incident response because that's really where next generation threat protection comes in," says Advani.
17, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Volexity, an innovator in threat intelligence and incident response solutions, announced today that Andrew Case has joined the company as the Director of Research.
TEL AVIV, Israel & SAN FRANCISCO, July 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Hexadite has emerged from stealth mode to unveil a groundbreaking new approach to cybersecurity incident response - one that automates the investigation and remediation of attacks to reduce the time it takes enterprises to close out cybersecurity alerts by up to 95%.
Computer Incident Response and Forensics Team Management: Conducting a Successful Incident Response
A 24-HOUR incident response unit has been set up to reduce traffic management costs in Middlesbrough.
The Computer Incident Response Planning Handbook: Executable Plans for Protecting Information at Risk provides a fine networking and security guide that teaches IT professionals how to safeguard their organization against cyber incidents, teaching how to develop the plans, how they work, and how to use ready-to-implement CIRPS derived from living incident response plans.
com)-- The SANS Institute, one of the leading IT security training providers in the world, have offered the winner of Digital Forensics Magazine's Issue 4 competition one free pass to either the 2010 Digital Forensics Response Summit in the UK (London, Sept 8-9) or next year's US Digital Forensics and Incident Response Summit in July 2011.
Public relations company MWW Group has revealed that it has been retained by JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq: JBLU) to provide the carrier with ongoing contingency planning and training services, incident response support and issues management counsel.
SecureWorks, Atlanta, a leading Security as a Service provider, has launched its new Retained Computer Incident Response Service.

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