Enabling Incident Response in a Remote Working Landscape

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Many organizations have been forced to quickly adapt to remote working during the COVID-19 crisis, and this has posed a number of new security risks. Cyber-criminals are ramping up attacks on remote workforces as a result, and the ability to respond quickly and effectively to security incidents in this context is crucial.

However, this requires a fundamental rethink in incident response practices and procedures, with it harder for IT and security staff to orchestrate approaches and a greater reliance being placed on the actions of individual employees.

In this webinar, we will look at how organizations need to prepare for cyber-incidents whilst operating remotely, including the implementation of training exercises and updated processes and procedures.

Key takeaways:

  • What are the main security incident and responses challenges faced by organizations today
  • How the remote working landscape has impacted incident response strategies
  • How to master incident response in the current and future remote working paradigm

Speakers

James Coker

Reporter, Infosecurity Magazine

Rajesh Ganesan

Vice-President of Product Management, ManageEngine

    Ed Moyle

    Partner, Security Curve

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