The Computer Incident Response Planning Handbook is derived from real-world incident response plans that work and have survived audits and repeated execution during data breaches and due diligence.
The book provides an overview of attack and breach types, strategies for assessing an organization, types of plans, and case examples.
Tips for keeping data contained, reputations defended, and recognizing and handling the magnitude of any given threat are included.
- Contains ready-to-implement incident response plans with guidelines for ongoing due diligence, all based on actual, working, and tested CIRPs
- Prepares you to immediately build a CIRP for any organization, and keep that plan maintained
- Explains all the essentials involved in developing both data breach and malware outbreak CIRPs derived from tested incident response plans that have survived the rigors of repeated execution
- Clearly explains how to minimize the risk of post-event litigation, brand impact, fines and penalties—and how to protect shareholder value
- Supports corporate compliance with industry standards and requirements like PCI, HIPAA, SOX, CA SB-1386
- All plans derived from the book are technology-agnostic
- Provides supplementary reading to professionals studying for the CERT Certified Computer Security Incident Handler exam or the SANS/GIAC Certified Incident Handler exam (GCIH).