Timing and response plans could mean the difference between an attempted attack or full-blown compromise. This guide arms security leaders with the blueprint for a modern and effective incident response plan.
When adversaries come knocking, you’ll be ready
This guide is field-tested for security leaders. In fact, we used the same framework to build Red Canary’s response capability.
Know where other organizations stand with insights and benchmarks
Discover best practices and the core components of an effective program
Define roles and responsibilities for your team with a downloadable RACI guide
Develop a more mature incident response plan with actionable steps
Connect to definitive industry resources on incident management
A handbook for leaders, based on our time in the trenches
incident response engagements fueled the insights this guide
in the making—Red Canary has deep experience in security operations
security leaders across industries informed the findings
WHY THIS REPORT AND WHY NOW?
Incident management is an often-debated, frequently misunderstood topic that can quickly befuddle even the most advanced security teams. So to clear things up, we chose not to focus on what we think is right, but rather on what we know has worked for Red Canary and our customers.
This guide is based on “lessons learned” from successes and failures over the years. And while it may not answer every question you may have about modern incident response, we hope that it sets the wheels in motion for something better than what you have today.
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