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Introduction to Incident Response and Management Training by Tonex

Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering and Design

This course covers the fundamentals of incident response and management, providing a structured approach to handling and mitigating the impact of cybersecurity incidents. Students will learn about the phases of incident response, best practices, and tools used in managing incidents effectively.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the incident response lifecycle.
  • Learn to identify and assess cybersecurity incidents.
  • Explore best practices for incident containment and eradication.
  • Analyze the role of forensics in incident response.
  • Develop skills to manage post-incident activities.
  • Create an incident response plan for an organization.

Audience

  • IT professionals
  • Cybersecurity practitioners
  • Incident response teams
  • Risk management professionals
  • Academics in information security and technology

Program Modules

Module 1: Introduction to Incident Response

  • Definition and importance of incident response
  • Key concepts and terminology
  • Phases of incident response lifecycle
  • Roles and responsibilities in incident response
  • Current trends in incident response
  • Case studies on incident response

Module 2: Identifying and Assessing Incidents

  • Types of cybersecurity incidents
  • Incident detection methods
  • Threat intelligence and indicators of compromise
  • Incident classification and prioritization
  • Impact assessment
  • Lab exercise: Incident identification and assessment

Module 3: Containment, Eradication, and Recovery

  • Strategies for incident containment
  • Methods of eradication
  • Recovery procedures
  • Minimizing business disruption
  • Documentation and evidence preservation
  • Case studies on containment and recovery

Module 4: Role of Forensics in Incident Response

  • Introduction to digital forensics
  • Forensic tools and techniques
  • Evidence collection and analysis
  • Legal and ethical considerations
  • Integrating forensics into incident response
  • Lab exercise: Basic forensic analysis

Module 5: Post-Incident Activities

  • Post-incident analysis and reporting
  • Lessons learned and improvement
  • Communication and stakeholder engagement
  • Policy and procedure updates
  • Training and awareness programs
  • Case studies on post-incident management

Module 6: Developing an Incident Response Plan

  • Components of an incident response plan
  • Establishing an incident response team
  • Creating response procedures and playbooks
  • Testing and refining the response plan
  • Regulatory and compliance requirements
  • Group exercise: Drafting an incident response plan

 

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