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Incident Response

Tuesday September 21st– 11am -12pm

Incident response (IR) is frequently described as series of steps in a cycle of preparation, identification, containment, eradication, and feedback. However, recent high-profile ransomware attacks have demonstrated that IR has needed to evolve beyond a perception of policies and procedures that might become useful in the event of cyberattacks. It has grown into an essential part of any organisation’s road map for ongoing success.

A thorough adoption of IR can protect an organisation from a potential loss of revenue.  The greater the speed at which an  can detect and respond to an incident, the more likely the organisation is to protect its data, retain customer trust and limit reputation damage.

While there is no one-size fits all approach to a thorough IR rollout, there are some key points of consideration that are readily adoptable by most organisations and can make a significant difference to the speed at which an organisation can see real benefits from IR.
Join us and our panel as we discuss Incident Response, getting there and staying there.


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Moderator: Emmet Ryan

Editor, Connected

Maria Hyland

Cyber Strategy & Architecture with AIB

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Dr. Jason Flood

IBM CTO Gamification

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Owen Pendlebury

Bank of Ireland, Head of Cyber Resilience, Group Information Security