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Incident Management

Welcome to the Incident Management topic!

Collaborate, contribute, consume and create knowledge around topics such as incident response policy, team structure, handling and preventing incidents, detection and analysis, containment, recovery and post activities.

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Hope you don't mind me posting in this groupabout this year's ISACA Ireland conference, which is focusing on placingbusiness first. Wewould like this conference to be as successful as last year's, which was trulyinternational with 24 speakers from 12 coun...
Neil_Curran | 6/17/2015 4:12:46 AM | COMMENTS(0)
Has your organization created and implemented an Incident Management (or Response) Team? If so, who makes up your team in terms of position within the organization? I'm just looking to spur some discussion on the matter ;). I would say that most of the ...
Evan@FRSecure | 6/9/2015 10:42:47 AM | COMMENTS(13)
I am wondering if anyone out there has implemented or tried to implement security incident management aligned to either ISO 27001 or ISO 27035. I am wondering if you can share your experiences on the following: 1. challenges in adopting the Standard d...
Terry421 | 5/25/2015 9:31:41 AM | COMMENTS(1)
A good discussion is in progress here about: Incident Management vs Problem Managementhttp://www.isaca.org/Groups/Professional-English/cism-exam-study-community-2013/Pages/ViewDiscussion.aspx?PostID=743
-adnan- | 5/24/2015 10:07:24 AM | COMMENTS(0)
Hi All, I am new in this community.  I am wondering if anybody within the group has a work program for Problem Management, mainly the IT Helpdesk / Operations area.  cheers, YS
Yee San | 1/2/2015 4:35:36 PM | COMMENTS(4)
Welcome to the Incident Management Community! Please take a moment to introduce yourself to the group and tell us a little about yourself.  Is there anything in particular that led you to join the group? I look forward to some good discussion here, and ...
Evan@FRSecure | 8/7/2014 4:10:47 AM | COMMENTS(10)

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Events & Online Learning: 2 total

6 Nov 2013
ISACA International Event
Las Vegas, NV, USA
North America ISRM features relevant security and risk management topics presented by leading industry experts and practitioners.
9 Nov 2015
ISACA International Event
Copenhagen, Denmark
Stay on top of the trends and opportunities of the dynamic technology industry at EuroCACS/ISRM —the leading European conference for IT audit, assurance, security and risk professionals.

Journal Articles: 20 total

Volume 1, 2015
by Dimitri Vlachos
On the one hand, user-based attacks—whether from hackers using stolen credentials, careless third-party vendors, or negligent or even malicious insiders—represent the largest IT security threat to organizations.
Volume 6, 2014
by Flint Brenton
While there is no one-size-fits-all solution to securing every network, the following seven mistakes of current SIEM systems must be solved to effectively secure data in the modern enterprise.
Volume 5, 2013
by Samuel P. Kuntz, CGEIT, ITIL V3F
Too many times daily operations and projects are impacted in some way by a vendor not being prepared for some easily foreseen event that could happen—both major and minor.
Volume 4, 2012
by Debasis Bandyopadhyay, CISA, CISM, CGEIT, PMP, TOGAF9, ITIL v3 (F)
This article shares some of the practical challenges in IT service management (ITSM) and how the ITIL framework can be used to overcome those challenges.
Volume 2, 2012
by Steve Markey
This article discusses the genesis for CSIR testing, several testing methodologies and/or exercises with which an organization can assess the maturity of its CSIR plan/program.
Volume 2, 2012
by Steven J. Ross, CISA, CISSP, MBCP
The Conference Board study addresses the resilience of companies “to bounce back from a disruption” caused by security events, which are defined rather loosely as environmental disasters, terrorism and cyberattacks.

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