7 Reasons To Have a Tested Incident Response Plan Ready

7 Reasons To Have a Tested Incident Response Plan Ready

Incident response plans are not voluntary any longer given the rising risk of being hit by a cyberattack, ransomware or suffering a breach.⠀

When a cyber incident happens having an organized actionable approach with a step by step guide to dealing with an incident or breach is crucial.

Too many organizations are caught without a plan and chaos ensues and it results in greater damage and can even result in firings.

It is important to be prepared and to meet your due-care and fiduciary responsibilities by taking reasonable measures or alert leadership to the shortcomings. Be sure and document it if you choose the later.

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Mark Lynd (CISSP, ISSAP, ISSMP), Head of Digital Business at Netsync is Top ranked global thought leader, author, speaker and practitioner for, AI, Data Center, IoT and Cybersecurity. He has been an accomplished enterprise CIO, CTO, CISO and Board Member for several large organizations. Mark has performed speaking and thought leadership engagements for Oracle, Intel, IBM, Cisco and others. He was named an Ernst & Young’s "Entrepreneur of Year – Southwest Region" Finalist and presented the Doak Walker Award on ESPN’s CFB Awards Show to a national television audience. He served honorably in the US Army’s 3rd Ranger Battalion & 82d Airborne.