Incident Response Planning

Development of a formal Incident Response Plan that will include a policy statement (if none exists) and detailed procedures, all based on NIST guidelines.

Information Security frameworks typically include a provision for Incident Response Planning. How do you get started? How do you assess the goodness of the plan you have? How do you revise the plan to address the realities you face today?

Failing to plan is planning to fail. Sometimes cliches are useful because they're true.

With its experience in conducting incident response operations, Interhack can help you to identify where you stand relative to what is possible. As experienced cybersecurity experts working in litigation that follows from security failures, Interhack can help you to see how your plans will look to opposing parties. Will your plan show that you take security seriously, or will your plan lead to more exposure?

We also offer plan development in conjunction with training and exercises to ensure that staff learn the plan, to validate the plans, and to help leadership understand how the plans will operate in practice.

Contact us to discuss your incident response concerns and find out how we can help you to get the plan you need that will be defensible, actionable, and current.