Best Practices for Planning and Developing an Incident Response Program

Join us for our Cyber Tech Talk webinar – Thursday, August 18 at 2:00 pm ET.

A fast response to a detected threat is key to mitigating the damage it can cause to your business. An incident response (IR) plan allows you to map out and practice your organization’s response before you are under the pressure of an active compromise.

Still, despite the record number of data breaches (up 68% in 2021),1 63% of C-level executives do not have an IR plan.2

In our August educational webinar, cybersecurity expert and SilverSky VP of Professional Security Services, Tom Neclerio is joined by representatives from SRM, a leading IR firm, to discuss the importance of IR planning for an effective and timely response to a threat. They share the critical elements that should be part of your program and best practices for your program planning and development which include tabletop testing and maintaining updated written documentation of assets, providers, response roles and responsibilities, and escalation and communication plans.

Preparation is the key to success for IR. Jump-start your planning – join us for this webinar.


1 Identity Theft Resource Center, 2021 Annual Data Breach Report
2 Shred-It 2021 Data Breach Report