How to Maximize Your Preparedness
Reduce your stress Now
and the pain of a breach later
Develop a mission and purpose that governs your priorities and drives your team's activities. Communicate your mission and purpose through supporting metrics up your chain of command and telegraph it to the entire organization. Building an effective security strategy that helps ensure your team remains consistent, effective and efficient.Click to learn more.
Tabletop Attack Scenario Exercise (TASE)
Take a ride through a realistic attack scenario (torn from the headlines) as if it were happening presently in your organization. Test the details and preparedness of your organization.
Participants can include members of the security team and CISO, IT administrators and CIO, representatives from legal, marketing, corporate communications, crisis management, and executive leaders. In order to keep everyone engaged, we would typically separate the exercise into a technical component and a business leader component. The details of the scenario can be customized for your industry and risks.
Processes and Playbooks
Do you have written processes that are "execution ready"? Processes help make your team efficient. Senior team members should be focused on higher level tasks and junior folks should be handling the easier and routine. But this requires you have documented and tested processes. Doing this produces a bonus as well - you'll also be well on your way to automation and orchestration.Click to learn more
Download our incident response plan and make it your own:
Our incident response plan provides:
- Basic set of roles and responsibilities that apply to any organization
- Initial set of incident categories and severities
- Communication plan including how, what and with whom to communicate