Planning Your Response: How to Be Ready for Any Potential Cyber Attack

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Mark Goudie (Director of Services for Asia Pacific and Japan, CrowdStrike)

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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) emphasises that organisations need incident response capabilities for “rapidly detecting incidents, minimising loss and destruction, mitigating the weaknesses that were exploited, and restoring IT services.” That is all about defining how prepared you are to respond to an attack when it hits you. Urgency and speed are critical to Incident Response; you need to have everything in place for any potential cyber attack. No organisation can spin up an effective response on a moment's notice. That speed starts with how quickly you can mobilise and deploy your IR team. Regional Director of CrowdStrike Services Mark Goudie leads CrowdStrike’s IR team in APAC and has been at the frontline and hands-on dealing with attacks for most of his career. Mark brings all of this knowledge and experience to bear in a compelling CrowdCast webinar that will give you an “insider’s view” by also drawing on some recent experiences from his team on the ground in the region. Most importantly, you will come away from this CrowdCast webinar with: • a clear understanding of the important steps you need to follow and the actions you need to take to rapidly contain any incidents, • and how to minimise disruption and recover your business back to normal operations

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