Incident Response and Forensics are critical components of any cybersecurity strategy. An effective incident response plan can mean the difference between a minor disruption and a full-blown data breach.
Incident response planning involves establishing procedures for identifying, containing, and eradicating a security incident, as well as recovering from the incident.
Digital forensics is a key part of the incident response process, as it involves investigating the cause and scope of the breach, identifying the attackers, and collecting evidence to help prevent similar incidents in the future.
Properly executed incident response and forensics can help organizations not only mitigate the impact of a security breach but also provide valuable insights for strengthening their overall security posture. Furthermore, failure to have an incident response plan and proper forensics can result in significant financial and reputational damage.
In this meeting, industry leaders will provide the roadmap to develop and execute an effective incident response plan, with a focus on the process of responding to and investigating a security breach.
Moderator: Greg Allender – Vice President & Chief Information Security Officer at TriHealth
Marcus Linder – Senior Attackmaster at Cloud Range Cyber
Mark Bartig – VP Americas at B!nalyze
Ben Nicholson – Prisma Cloud Global Practice Leader at Palo Alto Networks