Who you gonna call? How to work effectively with Incident Response teams and processes - A Tweetchat (#DFIRchat)
No matter if have a semi-formalized process, an internal Incident Response team, or rely on an external partner, when there's a potential crisis on the horizon, there are many questions you need to answer, all while under immense pressure to act — and act quickly. We wanted to explore what Incident Response professionals see as some strategic pitfalls to avoid when investigating incidents, and get their recommendations on how best to implement effective and efficient Incident Response processes, no matter if you're a security team of one or one hundred.
On March 9 -- this Monday -- at 3:30pm ET, join us on Twitter for what's sure to be a very lively discussion with Incident Response teams from both @Res1Security and @rapid7. All you need to do is follow the hashtag #DFIRchat and chime in!
Our Panelists for #DFIRchat:
Sean Mason (@SeanAMason), Resolution1 Security
Lucas Zaichkowsky (@LucasErratus), Resolution1 Security
Mike Scutt (@omgAPT), Rapid7
Wade Woolwine (@wadew), Rapid7
You can follow along the conversation with hashtag #DFIRchat on your Twitter app of choice, or you can use the official chat room to chime in: http://tweetchat.com/room/DFIRchat
Don't miss it -- see you Monday!