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Incident Response Policy
Legal Aspects of Incident Handling
What is Incident Response? Incident response is an organized approach to addressing and managing the aftermath of a security breach or attack. Why do I need this certification? As a part of the Incident Response process, professionals will need to establish a formal response process, along with how to capture, record and track incidents and understand what that data can reveal. What will I learn? The primary goal of this course is to prepare professionals for common knowledge of CIRT practices. Get your Incident Response and Advanced Forensics Certification Today: The Incident Response Micro Certification is developed to teach the best practices in identifying a security incident, as well as how to respond. Computer security incident activity can be defined as network or host activity that potentially threatens the security of computer systems. Generally speaking, most organizations have a Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT) in place to handle such incident, but regardless if of their existence in your organization or not, each company will need to define what a computer security incident is specific to their site. As a part of the Incident Response process, professionals will need to establish a formal response process, along with how to capture, record and track incidents and understand what that data can reveal. Likewise, you?ll learn how incident reporting contributes to improved training, improved security practices and what types of adverse impacts not having a sound incident response and reporting system would produce. The primary goal of this course is to prepare professionals for common knowledge of CIRT practices.
Certificate of Completion
Complete this entire course to earn a Incident Response & Advanced Forensics Certificate of Completion