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Prepare for Battle: Building an Incident Response Plan
A well-crafted incident response plan will help your organization perform at its best by preparing for the worst; it's a master blueprint for navigating the challenges of a serious infosec incident.
Incident Response Services
By 2020, 60% of enterprise information security budgets will be allocated for rapid detection and response approaches, up from less than 20% in 2016. Learn how Rapid7's Incident Response Services can help accelerate investigation and containment.
Rapid7 Threat Simulation: Tabletop Exercises (TTX)
Learn how prepared and protected your organization is in the face of threats with Rapid7 Threat Simulation: Tabletop Exercises conducted by industry veterans.
SOC, SIEM, or MDR? How to Choose the Right Options for Your Infosec Program
Which is the best for your team? You could build an in-house security operations center (SOC), utilize a SIEM, or outsource to a managed detection and response (MDR) provider. It’s your job to figure out which one will ultimately benefit you and your team.
How Your Organization Can Respond After News of a Major Security Breach
Unfortunately, security incidents and breaches are the "new normal," and there are regular news reports on the scale and nature of these record loss events. Learn how your organization can respond.
Developing an Incident Response Program
Jeremiah Dewey, Senior Director of Global Consulting at Rapid7, walks us through the critical steps of an incident response program and explains why incident response should be treated as a continuum, rather than a linear process.