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Turning Lemons into Lemonade with Incident Response

By Vigilize | Thursday, March 12, 2015 - One Comment

FREE Webinar with Incident Response Policy Template


Combining technical and non-technical approaches to Incident Response!


The new NIST CyberSecurity Framework is very big on incident response.  Why?  Because the experts have been saying for decades that there is no such thing as 100% security.  If it’s a matter of when and not if, how do we prepare our management team for that scary, panicky, inevitable turn at the “breach wheel?”

Dan Hadaway of infotex will share an outline of a seven step plan to put an effective Incident Response Program in place.  These seven steps will also help you come into compliance with the NIST CyberSecurity Framework.

Attendees will be given access to a FREE Incident Response Policy template as well as other tools (decision trees, potential inciden reports, etc.) that can be used to create, train, and prepare your Incident Response Team!  Many of the tools available in our Incident Response Program Kit will be available at NO COST when you attend this webinar!

April 2nd at 1:30PM EST (RSVP Closed)

April 30th at 10AM EST (RSVP Closed)

May 20th at Noon-12PM EST (RSVP Closed)


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One Response to “Turning Lemons into Lemonade with Incident Response”

Comment from Linda Scott
Time 04/03/2015 at 9:14 am

Good Morning

I attended the Turning Lemons into Lemonade webinar yesterday. How do I get the free Incident Response Policy template and other tools?

Thank you for the informative webinar.

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