Creating a Cyber Incident Response Program That Works
Dr. Michael C. Redmond, PhD is Consultant, Speaker, and Author. Her certifications Include MBCP, FBCI, PMP, CEM ISO 27001 Lead Implementer and Lead Auditor, as well as many other ISO certifications. Michael also conducts ISO Certification Implementation and Audit Training for PECB. Michael is the Chapter President for Association of Contingency Planners Eastern Great Lake Chapter and an active member of ISSA. She has consulted in the area of Cyber Security for clients in the areas of Healthcare, Insurance, Financial, and Manufacturing. Her projects have included
- SIEM Security information and event management which is Combining software products and services combining security information management (SIM) and security event management (SEM)
- (CSIRT) which is Cyber Security Incident Response Programs, Plans, Playbooks, Training, and Testing
- Audit of CSIRT programs and documentation
- Information Security Programs and Implementation
Michael has consulted in the fields of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery in the areas of Healthcare, Insurance, Financial, Manufacturing, Education, and Government. She has 2 books which are coming out in 201yand are being published by one of the Top International Publishers in the world. The first is a Cyber Security book and the second is a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery book
Michael’s been honored as Top Woman in her field at a White House Luncheon and was selected out of the world to write the prolog for the chapter on Risk Management by the United Nations for their Disaster Book which was given to the head of state for every UN member nation. She has recently been named on the list of “Women of Distinction for 2015” by Women of Distinction Magazine for her work in Cyber Security.
She was selected to speak on Cyber Security Incident Response and SIEM at such recent conferences as
- International ISSA Conference in Chicago
- NYS Cyber Security Conference – Co Spoke with Acting CISO for New York State
- ISACA Western New York Conference
- Metric Stream Round Table in New York City
The best way forward is an efficient Incident Response Program that allows an organization to respond with speed and agility while empowering businesses to maintain continuous operations. Such a solution also reduces revenue loss, reduces fines and lawsuits and protects brand reputation.
Information Security, Governance & Risk, are all critical aspects of the planning and execution of the Information Security Plan. Who in your organization has a key responsibility to develop an information security governance program; review existing Information Security policies and standards to ascertain their adequacy in coverage scope against industry best practices, and update them as appropriate, taking into account compliance recommendations?
Establish Key Performance Indicators (KPI) to determine if your Information Systems Incident Response program meets business objectives and operational metrics for ongoing process improvement.
Learn how to develop a CSIRT Policies, Program, Plan, Playbook, Training, and Exercises
Key points to be discussed at the session include:
- Adopting a systematic approach to risk tracking to enhance the effectiveness of the Cyber Incident Program
- Outlining the critical actions to take if an event affects the company or its partners
- Understanding an organizations’ susceptibility to a Cyber Attack
- Cyber Incident Response: Getting started, research, training, testing and maintaining
- Standards and Best Practice: ISO 27001, ISO 27035, ISO 27005, ISO 22316 NIST, FFIEC, HIPPA, AND HITRUST
Course Level - Advance - Intermediate
Who Should Attend
- Information Security Managers
- CEO, CIO, CFO, CSO
- Technology Managers
Why Should Attend
Is your Cybersecurity Incident Response team trained to respond to an Incident? Many organizations thought they were and then the results proved otherwise.
Are you willing to risk your Business Reputation on their training?
Coordination of incident handling stops duplication of effort. Training should concentrate not only on the capability to react to incidents but the ability to utilize the resources to alert and inform its stakeholders.
We will cover tabletop tests, tabletop exercises, full Red Team Blue team training. Playing the role of an attacker can make your team better at defense.
Many companies exercises do not use formal blue teams. This is an effective way to have a more realistic idea of their true defensive capabilities.
Exercises do not have to be expensive. There are so many types of tests.
Is your organization prepared if your business is targeted and your Business Operations are impacted? This webinar is designed for managers and project leaders who have been tasked with implementing a computer security incident response team (CSIRT).