Healthcare Security Forum: A HIMSS Event
Boston, MA, Dec. 7-8, 2020
Despite your best efforts, not all attacks can be prevented. A common phrase used to describe this frustrating state of affairs is: “it’s not if you’ll be breached, but when.”
One of the most basic and important functions in cybersecurity is the incident response (IR) process: standardized procedures to respond to cyberattacks. It may be as simple as a phishing attack against users or a highly sophisticated extortion that shuts down digital operations. In both cases, from minimal to significant impact, an organized IR is critical to managing the threat.
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