What to Do When You Get Hacked: A Practitioner's Guide to Incident Response in the 21st Century
What To Do When You Get Hacked: A Practitioner's Guide to Incident Response in the 21st Century teaches you everything that you need to know about preparing your company for a potential data breach. We begin by talking about what the latest cybersecurity threats and attacks are that your company needs to be prepared for. Once we establish that, we go into the different phases of the incident response lifecycle based on the NIST framework. This will teach you how to properly prepare and respond to cybersecurity incidents so that you can be sure to minimize damage and fulfill all of your legal requirements during a cyberattack. This book is meant for the everyday business owner and makes these concepts simple to understand and apply.
Shimon Brathwaite is author and editor-in-chief of securitymadesimple.org, a website dedicated to teaching business owners how to secure their businesses and helping cybersecurity professionals start and advance their careers. Before starting his career in Cybersecurity, Shimon was a co-op student at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada, where he got a degree in Business Technology Management before deciding to specialize in Cybersecurity. Through his work at Ryerson University and his work after graduation, he has accumulated over 5 years of work experience in Cybersecurity across financial institutions, startups, and consulting companies. His work has primarily been in incident response and helping companies resolve security incidents, which is where he learned that most security incidents are caused by only a handful of problems. This is the premise for the book that you are about to read. If you want to continue to get cybersecurity tips and tricks for free and know when his next book comes out, please visit his website at https: //www.securitymadesimple.org/, where you can find new content every week.