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How To Prepare A Cyber Security Incident Response Plan & Incident Response Team For A Cyber Attack

Posted by Joey Marinello on Jan 13, 2022 11:22:24 AM

New cyberattacks are discovered every single day. Organizations should not be considering if they will be attacked, but rather when they will be attacked and what proactive measures must be taken to ensure the company will survive.

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Topics: Incident Response

Investigating and Responding to Ryuk Cyberattack in 2020

Posted by Aaron Heikkila on Nov 18, 2020 10:30:00 AM

Incident Response is a series of investigative and remedial steps that a company takes in the event of a breach or other security incident. These restoration efforts can include backtracking through log data, isolating affected machines, and even negotiating with cyberterrorists!

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Data Breach, Incident Response, security incident handling, security incident response

What is an Incident Responder?

Posted by Lindy Trout on Oct 8, 2020 9:37:01 AM

The best approach to security is a proactive one, but nobody is perfect. What happens when a determined attacker finds their way into your network? How do you know where they have been, what they have seen, when they got in, and how they gained access? How do you prioritize remediation and confirm that the bad guys are out of your network? Incident responders, like ProCircular's Aaron Heikkila, are at the ready to swoop down and stop the attackers in their tracks!

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Information Security, Data Security, Incident Response, security incident handling, security incident response

No, Your IT Team Shouldn’t Manage Your Cybersecurity

Posted by Lindy Trout on Feb 26, 2020 11:21:04 AM

If you were going to test the fault-points of a building, you wouldn’t hire the architect, you’d hire a demolitions expert. Similarly, you don’t want the designer of your network testing its security. If the team that configures your network does so incorrectly, they are most likely unaware. The creator of the environment has an inherent bias based on the angle from which they view it. They are blind to vulnerabilities, not necessarily because they are under-qualified, but because they are too close to the project. A security team has a “black box perspective”, which means they have the same outside view of the system that an attacker would. This outsider point of view is just one of the advantages a security expert has over an internal IT team. They also have the training, experience, time, and resources that would be impossible to lump in with a standard IT program.

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Network Security, Information Security, Data Security, Data Ownership, Incident Response, cybersecurity plan

How things stand: a cybersecurity recap of 2019

Posted by Aaron R. Warner on Dec 19, 2019 2:00:00 PM
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Topics: Cybersecurity, Network Security, Information Security, Vulnerability Assessment, Penetration Testing, Incident Response, it risk assessment

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