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Mastering the Art of Incident Response: Best Practices for Effective Incident Management

About This Webinar

As organizations continue to digitize their operations, the threat of cyber attacks and security breaches loom large. An effective incident response plan is critical to reducing the impact of security breaches, protecting sensitive data, and ensuring business continuity.

In this webinar, we will cover the best practices for developing and implementing an effective incident response plan. Our presenters will discuss:

  • Today’s most common threat vectors

  • The importance of creating an IR plan and practicing it

  • Tips for post-incident analysis and remediation - is the threat really over?

  • Post-incident notification obligations

  • Post-incident review to surface lessons learned

  • Useful frameworks supporting IR planning and activities

Join us to gain insights and actionable advice from industry experts and ensure that your organization is prepared to respond to any security incident.

Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Manager - Network & Security Operations TG Internal Security
James Mathis has been involved with the Information Technology industry for over 12 years. James has performed work in areas such as Desktop Administration, Network Administration, Sever Administration, and Network Security. Before working for CSI, James performed IT Security Assessments for multiple Government Agencies. James began his journey with CSI in 2018 and currently works for the Technology Group as a Manager of Network & Security Operations.
Webinar hosting presenter
Field Chief Technology Officer, NetWitness
Ben Smith (@Ben_Smith) is Field CTO with NetWitness. He brings more than 25 years’ experience in the information security, risk management, networking and telecommunications industries. Smith holds industry certifications in information security (CCISO, CISSP), risk management (CRISC), and privacy (CIPT); he is an acknowledged contributor to NIST SP 1800-1, -3, and -7; and he chairs the Cybersecurity Canon Project. He is a patent holder, authored four of the "97 Things Every Information Security Professional Should Know" [O'Reilly, 2021] and was previously a corporate representative to the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE).
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