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Oversee that your organization establishes architecture oversight and planning for information and network security technologies; leads development of an information security risk management program that includes business, regulatory, industry practices and technical environment considerations; establishes strategic vendor relationships for security products and services; develops enterprise-wide security incident response plans and strategies that includes integration with business, compliance, privacy, and legal constituents and requirements; provides advanced level engineering design functions; provides trouble resolution and serves as point of technical escalation on complex problems.
Benefits of the Incident Response Kanban
- Does your organization have a cyber incident response plan in place in the event of a data breach?
- Does the service provider have a formal incident response and management process and plans that clearly define how they detect and respond to information security incidents?
- Does your organization have established Incident Response Training included as part of your organizations required Security Awareness Training (SAT)?
- Does your organization have a security incident response team with clearly defined and documented roles and responsibilities?
- Does your organization have an incident response plan for security breaches involving third parties?
- Does your organization have a written incident response plan for localized IT Security incidents?
- Have you implemented appropriate Cybersecurity governance, risk management, incident response and business continuity frameworks?
- Do you have an incident response plan in place to minimize the cost and exposure of the data breach?
- To what extent does your organization have an established incident response plan defining how to respond to the compromise of a networked device?
- Does your organization have a formal, documented Computer Security Incident Response Plan, and when is the last time your CSIRP was updated?
The Art of Service has identified and prioritized 1345 Incident Response critical capabilities and use cases to assess and use. Leaders can select those results that best align with their business needs before implementing a solution.
The Art of Service's Critical Capabilities evaluates and prioritizes hundreds of results to help with the outcome selection process.
This Critical Capabilities Kanban will enable leaders to shortlist hundreds of appropriate results fast, because they are uniquely ready-to-use prioritized, starting with the 'Must Have' category; the most urgent and critical priorities.
This Kanban will help you plan and manage your Incident Response roadmap.
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As seen in the Kanban above, the complete 1345 Incident Response critical capabilities and use cases, their prioritization, workflows, tagging and questions.
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Also included is the Incident Response critical capabilities Book in PDF format covering all the criteria including ideas for (potential) roles to assign the criteria to. Table of contents:
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Incident Response Critical Capabilities, Meaningful Metrics And Their Prioritization
Prioritization Of Requirements
The Prioritization Categories Are:
- Must Have
- Should Have
- Ought to Have
- Might Have
- Could Have
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