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FREE Infotex Webinar – CAT NIP – Drilling Down on the CAT Incident Response Statements Webinar

By Michael Hartke | Sunday, May 11, 2014 - One Comment

FREE Infotex Webinar – CAT NIP – Drilling Down on the CAT Incident Response Statements Webinar


May 11th, 2016 2pm – 3pm EST


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So we’ve identified the dozens or so statements, in the Cybersecurity Assessment Tool, that we aren’t proud of. And many of them are about incident response. This webinar will drill down on one of the more prevalent deficiencies with smaller banks:

Testing Your Incident Response Plan

Learn how to fulfill the loose guidance about incident response testing in a manner that delivers value. Deliverables will include templates for a Test Plan, Test Minutes, and Post-mortem review, as well as discussion of sub-scenarios, tabletop test practices, and how to get incident response testing from your existing audit plan.

This is the sixth stop on our 2016 IT Governance Tour, we will be giving away another FREE infotex SOC-2 Review during the webinar!

A $600 value!

 

Webinar Materials:

Board Minutes (ZIP)

CAT MAIT (XLSX)

FIL-27-2005 (PDF)

Incident Response Testing (ZIP)

Response Tools (ZIP)

Simplified Incident Response Program (DOCX)

 


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One Response to “FREE Infotex Webinar – CAT NIP – Drilling Down on the CAT Incident Response Statements Webinar”

Comment from k
Time 05/11/2016 at 4:01 pm

CAT NIP webinar was awesome. Dan you are always anticipating what is just over the hill. Your information on incident response is right on. If investigation indicates the lost information won’t be misused, the notification is not needed. It is still an incident but not one needing notification. ??Is there a form that can be used to send to recipients of mis-sent information? Thanks!

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