Articles | May 23, 2019

Why You Need Our Incident Management Process Workshop

Imagine this: you get to the office and turn on your computer. You find you’re not only locked out of your systems but a cyber-criminal has threatened to delete all of your organization’s files if you don’t pay a ransom.

Do you know what to do next or who to call? Even more importantly, do you know what not to do, in order to reduce risk? 

That’s where an incident management process comes in. 

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How prepared are you?

We get that your time is precious and the last thing you need is another meeting crowding your already-busy schedule. But ask yourself the following questions before dismissing the idea of taking this workshop:

  • Do you feel you are doing enough to protect your data?

  • Do you have confidence that the data security precautions in place at your vendors are protecting you?

  • Did you know it takes an and average of 201 days to identify and 52 days to contain a breach?
  • Do you fully understand the potential costs and liabilities of a data security breach?

If you answered no to any of the above questions, you may be vulnerable to more risk than necessary in the event of a cybersecurity event. 


Our incident response workshop

One of the most effective ways to assess your readiness to respond to a security breach is by conducting a security incident-response workshop. This facilitated workshop takes you and your team through the data-protection journey and identifies specific action steps for you to take.

At the end of the workshop, you will:

  • Understand leading IT security practices

  • Obtain a clear picture of your current IT security risks and the potential impact should an incident occur

  • Gain insights into the breadth of IT security areas to be addressed — this includes organizational policies, training and action plans for handling real IT security incidents

  • Identify your IT security end state — what it looks like; what technology, tools, policies, activities and insurance are needed; and how your business practices might change.

  • Prioritize your plan for IT security efforts given the potential and likelihood of your IT security risks.

This workshop helps you prepare for an attack by testing your readiness. It’s based on real-world discussions on the IT security topics most likely to have an impact on your organization.

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This page is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal, tax or investment advice. You are encouraged to discuss the issues raised here with your legal, tax and other advisors before determining how the issues apply to your specific situations.

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