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Incident Response Management Cycle

IT security incidents can never be completely ruled out. Therefore, it is important to create an incident response plan by describing how responsible persons must respond to possible cybercrime incidents. A timely response to the incident is necessary to contain the damage, as the loss of sensitive data or damage to reputation can threaten your very existence. The chart shows our Security Incident Response process, which is also described in the following.

The cycle of the incident investigation:


Preparation:

The team must be informed about possible incidents in existing processes. Furthermore, the prevention procedures to be followed in the event of damage must be known to all stakeholders.

Identification

Thorough analysis of the security incident and classification of the threat. Determine whether there is a security incident or a false report.

Containment

Define short and long term strategy for mitigating the incident to prevent further escalation. Take all steps to mitigate damage and isolate existing systems if necessary.

Eradication

Clean up attacker artifacts on the compromised system. Remove all affected systems from the production system.

Remediation

Safely return the affected system to normal after ensuring that no further threats exist.

Insights gained

Document the chain of events in an extensive investigation. Add learning points and improvements to existing security governance to improve future responses.

Advantages


We offer remote and on-site support in investigating security incidents to reduce their impact on your business. We can also advise or execute on closing the security gap.

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