Given there is no such thing as 100% security, and given that small banks are a high-value target for organized threats, we must recognize the inevitability of an incident.
Out of crisis, opportunity!
A solid, organized, level-headed response to an incident has to be a business process which receives high priority in these times of “not a matter of if, but a matter of when.”
Developing a solid incident response program is the key to truly preparing for the opportunity. The Awareness Training Program Kit for Banks has everything you need to totally revamp your awareness training process: an Acceptable Use Policy (and audit checklist), customer awareness strategies, user comprehension exercises, links to fun awareness pages on the internet.
A solid incident response management process will not only put you into a better position when it’s your turn at the breach wheel, but it will also help you come into compliance with the new NIST CyberSecurity Framework.
An Incident Response Program kit can be just what you need to document the processes necessary to establish, train, and maintain your Incident Response Team!
What does the kit include?
- Incident Response Policy
- Incident Response Plan
- Incident Response Team Training Materials
- Network Monitoring Procedure
- Customer Notification Process Documents
- Talking Points
- Notification letter templates
- Identity Theft Prevention Tools
- SIEM Standards Documentation
- Log Monitoring Definitions
- Network Incident Decision Tree
- Event Log Decision Tree
- Non-technical Decision Tree
Save $1415 when you purchase the entire Awareness Training Program Kit!
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