Incident Response Plans

Criminals act fast and encourage panic to achieve their objectives. An Incident Response Plan will keep you organised and in control during a pressure situation. Timely decision making is essential during a cyber attack.

Similarly to fire drills, you should prepare for the worst-case scenario; review and practice the plan to identify gaps and be confident that it will be fit for purpose. Our infographic below will help you with managing a breach, click the image to download.

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The Incident Response Process

1. Analyse

Recognise what you are up against to plan your approach effectively, with the help of your incident response plan. Continue to examine the attack, you may need to re-evaluate your tactics.

Download the full version of 'What to include in your incident response plan' PDF:

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Cyber Protection Advice Blogs

Extra Resources

Exercise in a Box

Exercise in a Box is an online tool from the National Cyber Security Centre which helps organisations test and practise their response to a cyber attack. It is completely free and you don’t have to be an expert to use it.

Would you be ready?

Business in the Community founded by HRH The Prince of Wales, has produced a Readiness Test that can help your business become more resilient to common risks such as cyber attacks or extreme weather!

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Social Engineering Audio Story

This social engineering audio story from RESILIA Frontline is one of a series of 15 audio stories designed to engage colleagues through real-life incidents and to provide simple, practical guidance for how to avoid being a victim.