Author: TrustPeers team| 10 minutes read | September 09, 2021
CISO are typically tasked with securing identity and data.
When your organization's network is accessed without authorization, it indicates a potential attack that allows attackers to access your organization's networks, data, applications, endpoints, or devices for nefarious purposes.
Acting quickly can make the difference between a small incident and a catastrophic breach. However, to act quickly, it's critical to be prepared and know what to do.
Crucial steps include both technical and collaboration with non-technical departments.
TrustPeers' Dynamic Playbooks and Table Top Exercises prepare your IR and management teams to respond in optimal time and with maximum efficiency from detection to resolution.
Download this incident response playbooks presentation that delineates five steps any IR team should keep in mind from the moment unauthorized access is detected.
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Incident response tabletop exercises are designed to increase the response teams’ preparedness. As far as preparedness is concerned, a cyber incident response tabletop exercise is to cybersecurity what a fire drill is to firemen.
An incident response tabletop exercise program should be a holistic one involving all parties potentially affected and covering all aspects of every potential incident in maximum detail. Yet, that lofty goal is not always an applicable option, so there are intermediate approaches to consider.
The main goals of any Incident Response (IR) tabletop exercise are to minimize MTTR (Mean Time to Resolution) and increase the IR team members’ level of preparedness. When planning an online tabletop exercise, there are a few things to keep in mind to organize it optimally and reap maximal results.
Applying the TTE principles delineated might be easy to achieve with a small team, but, when running Incident Response (IR) Tabletop Exercises (TTEs) for large organizations spread across continents and with thousands of employees, scaling up might seem insurmountable.