The RSA Advanced Cyber Defense Practice can help your security organization develop the processes, procedures, workflows and automation that facilitate a prompt, decisive response to data breaches and other cyber incidents.
The RSA Advanced Cyber Defense Practice helps organizations develop an incident response plan that coordinates response activities and procedures across an enterprise and enhances the overall effectiveness of an organization’s security program.
Cyber Incident Response Workflow and Automation
Given the limited amount of time organizations have to prevent an initial compromise from turning into a data breach, developing documented response procedures is critical to rapid triage and remediation. The RSA Advanced Cyber Defense team works with customers to identify priority use cases and automate processes and procedures with IT ticketing systems and incident response management systems (such as RSA NetWitness® SecOps Manager).
Cyber Incident and Data Breach Response Tabletop Exercises
Tabletop exercises let organizations test the efficiency and effectiveness of their cyber incident response plan in a safe, controlled environment. Organizations can extend the scope of these exercises to engage a broader community of cross-functional stakeholders, such as IT, legal counsel, marketing communications and senior management.
Improve your organization’s ability to defend itself against and respond to advanced cyber threats.
Work with a team of global security practitioners who each have 10+ years of hands-on experience.
Automate incident response processes and workflows.
Implement best practices for incident response drawn from our experience remediating data breaches and working with hundreds of clients to shore up their security operations centers.
Integrate critical business stakeholders (e.g., CEO, legal counsel, PR, HR, etc.) into overall cyber incident response activities and develop procedures that address the needs of customers and others impacted by a data breach.
Reduce the amount of time your organization is exposed to a data breach or other compromise by complementing in-house expertise with RSA resources.