By Jeff Bollinger, Brandon Enright, Matthew Valites
Any solid attacker will inform you that pricey protection tracking and prevention instruments aren't adequate to maintain you safe. This functional ebook demonstrates a data-centric method of distilling complicated safety tracking, incident reaction, and risk research rules into their most elementary parts. You'll how one can advance your individual probability intelligence and incident detection procedure, instead of rely on safeguard instruments alone.
Written by way of contributors of Cisco's machine safety Incident reaction group, this ebook indicates IT and knowledge defense execs easy methods to create an InfoSec playbook through constructing approach, approach, and architecture.
-Learn incident reaction fundamentals—and the significance of having again to basics
-Understand threats you face and what try to be protecting
-Collect, mine, set up, and research as many proper info assets as possible
-Build your personal playbook of repeatable tools for safeguard tracking and response
-Learn tips to placed your plan into motion and maintain it operating smoothly
-Select the suitable tracking and detection instruments in your environment
-Develop queries that will help you variety via info and create worthy reports
-Know what activities to take through the incident reaction section
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There is no algorithm yet possible that can factor in some aspects of a security incident. 12 | Chapter 1: Incident Response Fundamentals Run the Playbook! There are any number of ways to protect your organization, and what works for one company might not work for another. Culture, priority, risk tolerance, and invest‐ ment all influence how well an organization protects itself from computer security threats. Whatever path your organization takes, understand that to craft an effective playbook backed by human intelligence, you must understand more than how to detect com‐ puter viruses.
So how did you answer the What are we trying to protect? question posed at the begin‐ ning of the chapter? Hopefully, at this point, you’ve realized that your organization, along with most every other one, has something worth protecting, whether it’s a physical product, a process, an idea, or something that no one else has. You, as the incident response or other security team, are tasked with protecting it. If someone stole the top-secret recipe for your famous soft drink, wouldn’t the thief or anyone to whom they sold the secret be able to reproduce it at a potentially lower cost, thereby undermining your profits?
Yet cybercrime does pay—criminals can make millions of dollars of laundered money and live lavish lifestyles in countries that turn a blind eye to prose‐ cution or extradition. They often operate elaborate enterprises, complete with cus‐ tomer service, technical support, billing, and marketing departments to ensure they can compete with peers in their illicit industry. Like any successful enterprise, the criminal “business” has to adapt to the market conditions to stay profitable. While defenders have banded together to make it harder for these operations, the criminals simply shifted their emphasis to tricking the end user to run their software for them.
Crafting the InfoSec Playbook: Security Monitoring and Incident Response Master Plan by Jeff Bollinger, Brandon Enright, Matthew Valites