As technology and the internet became more popular, sadly, the attacks of digital criminals also evolved. Some of these attacks may not only impact a company’s business and/or credibility for a period, as well as invisibilizing at once. With the security pillar, the organization prevents these attacks and protects the most precious goods of the new era: the data.

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Incident management 

One of the main cybersecurity practices, incident management, consists of planning, preparing, detecting, responding, mitigating, and recovering after security incidents.  

Organizations must have an effective incident management plan to ensure they can maintain business operations while protecting themselves against threats. 

Important points regarding incidents management:

  • Detection: incidents must be quickly identified to minimize their impact on the organization. 
  • Response: organizations need a clear and immediate plan of action to respond quickly to incidents and minimize damages. 
  • Effective communication: effective communication between the involved parties is crucial for a successful incident management plan.
  • Impact evaluation: a quick impact evaluation is vital to determine the extension of the damage and make informed decisions regarding the next steps.
  • Recovery: organizations must have effective data recovery plans to ensure no permanent loss of critical information.
  • Continuous improvement: incident management is a process in constant evolution. Thus, organizations must regularly revise their plans and make ongoing improvements to ensure they are prepared to deal with emerging cyber threats.
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