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The endeavour to promptly identify an assault, minimise its consequences, contain damage, and fix the source to lessen the risk of future events is known as incident response (IR). Almost every firm has an incident response process in place at some level.

  • Preparation. Preparation is the key to effective incident response.
  • Detection and Reporting.
  • Triage and Analysis.
  • Neutralization and Containment
  • Activities Following the Incident

Incident response (IR) refers to a collection of information security policies and processes for detecting, containing, and eradicating cyberattacks. The purpose of incident response is for an organisation to be able to swiftly detect and stop attacks, reducing damage and preventing similar attacks in the future.

The significance of incident response is such that it can have a significant impact on a company's survival. A security breach or cyber-attack can cost a company time, money, reputation, and, in the end, customers. These negative consequences can be mitigated by having an effective incident response function.

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