Incident Response: Four Key Cybersecurity Measures to Protect Your Business

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Handling cybersecurity incidents effectively is crucial for minimizing damage and maintaining the security of your organization's data and business.

Despite its name, an efficient incident response process starts before any incident occurs, by developing a comprehensive incident response plan that involves the right people to form a dedicated incident response team. This plan will inform any measure you will take once you’ve been hit by a cyber incident, from the steps you take to remediate it through protecting your data.

Join this webinar to learn the four key factors you should know before handling cybersecurity incidents:

  • Developing an incident response plan
  • Steps to take when a cybersecurity incident occurs
  • Structuring your cybersecurity tools to be more resilient
  • Data security: identification, classification, protection and retention


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Anandh Palanisamy

Senior IT Security Solutions Consultant & Evangelist, ManageEngine

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Virginia Romero

Cyber Incident Response Lead, Senior Associate, S-RM

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John Speakman

Cybersecurity Services Team Lead, EMEA North, Rockwell Automation

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