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todayFebruary 11, 2020

Uncategorized Gabriel Garban

FEW CONSIDERATIONS OVER AN EFFICIENT PASSWORD POLICY

In many cases, passwords are the primary line of defense protecting user accounts from being hijacked in an ATO attack. With the right policies and parameters in place to ensure strong, unique passwords, this defense can be quite effective. According to a 2019 survey by Google, a staggering 65% of [...]

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Incident Response

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Incident response is the methodology an organization uses to respond to and manage a cyberattack. An attack or data breach can wreak havoc potentially affecting customers, intellectual property, resources and brand value. An incident response aims to reduce this damage and recover as quickly as possible. Investigation is also a key component in order to learn from the attack and better prepare for the future. Because many companies today experience a breach at some point in time, a well-developed and repeatable incident response plan is the best way to protect your company.

GCV CAN HELP YOU IN ALL THE 6 KEY STEPS TO A RESPONSE PLAN:

Preparation: Developing policies and procedures to follow in the event of a cyber breach.

Identification: This is the process of detecting a breach and enabling a quick, focused response.

Containment: One of the first steps after identification is to contain the damage and prevent further penetration.

Eradication: This stage involves neutralizing the threat and restoring internal systems to as close to their previous state as possible.

Recovery: Security teams need to validate that all affected systems are no longer compromised and can be returned to working condition.

Lessons Learned: One of the most important and often overlooked stages. During this stage, the incident response team and partners meet to determine how to improve future efforts.