Headlines are filled with stories of businesses and agencies that have been breached. The FBI director has said there are two types of companies — those that have been breached and those that don't know it yet. Attacks against your business are inevitable. Are you prepared for when they happen? Have you taken steps to be able to determine that the breach has occurred so you aren't one of those companies where your adversary has been inside your perimeter for many years without your awareness? Make sure you are prepared with practical steps to not only protect yourself against attack but also to detect a breach once it's happened. Finally, how do you clean up to make sure the adversaries are out of your systems and network but that you have fixed the hole they managed to get in through? The talk will cover the following areas:Preparing your defensesImproving your visibilityDetecting the breachAlerting and automationPreparing your responseClean up and feedback loops
Table of contents
- Preparing for a Network Incident 00:47:11
- Title: Preparing for a Network Incident
- Release date: September 2015
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 9781491955147
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