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{CyberByte Video} Preparing for Incident Response - The End Users' Role

Email attacks are still the #1 attack vector for bad guys. As an end user you are often the target of these attacks! Response time is critical to limiting the overall impact of a cyber breach. Knowing your role and responding appropriately when you think a breach is active on your computer can help save your organization in the event of a cyber incident. This video will cover types of attacks, warning signs of a malware attack, and quick response activity that every end users should know.


SBS Resources:

  • {Free Download} 50+ Incident Response Preparedness Checklist Items: If you are uncertain how to go about preparing for and detecting an incident on your network, you are certainly not alone, this checklist will get you started. This list contains over 50 items in the areas of configurations, logging , vendor information, key personnel, and detection monitoring that should be prepared ahead of time.
  • {Service} Incident Response Planning: An SBS consultant can assure your well-structured Incident Response Plan (IRP) will help mitigate the negative effects of a security breach, as well as demonstrate to examiners that your organization is properly prepared to handle such an event.
  • {Blog} Threat Intelligence - What Does it Look Like?:  To stay on top of emerging threats you can invest in threat intelligence; this not only helps you stay aware of any new and emerging threats making their way across the internet, but also monitor potential threats targeting your business network. Developing a Threat Intelligence Plan that outlines how you plan to monitor new cyber threats and attacks can provide great benefit to your business, and it doesn’t have to be a huge undertaking. 
  • {Hacker Hour} Incident Response Round Table: Join SBS for this free webinar in which we will discuss best practices to write and test your incident response plan.  We will also walk through some common scenarios that should be considered in your plan.

 

Related Certifications: 

Join our growing community of financial service professionals showing their commitment to strong cybersecurity with a cyber-specific certification through the SBS Institute. Click here to view a full list of certifications.
Certified Banking Incident Handler   


Hacker Hour webinars are a series of free webinars hosted by SBS CyberSecurity. Unlike paid webinars, Hacker Hours are aimed to meet on a monthly basis to discuss cybersecurity issues and trends in an open format. Attendees are encouraged to join the conversation and get their questions answered. SBS will also offer products and services to help financial institutions with these specific issues.

Posted: Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Categories: Blog, Videos