The growing complexity and sophistication of cyber-attacks has driven an evolution of the current cyber security legislation, strengthening the regulatory framework by extending the scope of application, but more critically vastly reducing the time to report an incident.
Is your business adequately prepared to alert, triage, contain and eradicate a threat efficiently before it causes irreparable damage?
The most widespread method to start the investigative process for a cyber-attack is incident response triage to analyse the network, endpoints, and system logs to reconstruct the attack timeline.
As such any cybersecurity practice should answer to key questions that will allow the organization to report properly to the Authorities: a wrong statement could create additional pressure to the Company instead of clarifying its position.
Join us on Wednesday, April 27th. We'll show you how to act quickly to remove the threat from company systems and mitigate any further possible attacks.
In addition, you will learn: