Keep Calm and Be Prepared: Building an Effective Incident Response Plan (Infographic)



Incident response is more important than ever - check out our latest infographic for tips on developing the right incident response plan for your organization.

As more organizations fall victim to cyber attacks, a renewed focus is being put on incident response. However, many have struggled for years with finding the appropriate information and scope to be able to build an incident response plan that works just right for their organization. What’s more, for those that have an IR plan in place, most are underdeveloped and underfunded, and as a result fall short in terms of effectiveness when an incident actually takes place.

So what steps should an organization take to develop and implement an effective incident response plan? Check out our infographic below and download our eBook for more!

Incident Response Planning Infographic

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Shiva Kashalkar

Shiva is director of product marketing at Digital Guardian, responsible for Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) services and our Managed Service Program. Shiva has more than 12 years of experience in technology marketing, data analytics and security with a recent interest in advanced cyber security.

Franky Arvelo

Franky Arvelo is the graphic designer at Digital Guardian. This is his first experience in the information security field. Franky manages the design of most of the resources as well as the website, blog and videos developed by the marketing team.