Both companies and individuals should always be ready for a potential tech disaster. Some things will be beyond your control, but if your IT teams are prepared, you can mitigate their impact. System vulnerabilities are there to be exploited by criminals, but if your team gets to them first or has a managed response to attacks, everyone will reap the benefits.
It seems like you can’t go a day without hearing about the latest hack or breach of data. Unfortunately, most modern tech is vulnerable to cyberattacks, delays, or malfunctions. If you get complacent about the tech you’re using, you’re leaving yourself open to potentially disastrous consequences.
It doesn’t have to be this way. Individuals and companies alike should constantly be looking at what could go wrong and thinking of ways to respond to potential incidents. Doing so can turn those potential IT disasters into minor disruptions. Every second count and this course is designed to help you make the most of yours.
How to identify potential risks and why swift incident response is required
How to create a plan to help prepare for and manage an incident
The incident response lifecycle