Incident Response Training (separate registration is required)

Tuesday, April 10 | 8:30AM–12:00PM ET | Baltimore Ballroom A, Fifth Floor
Session Type: Additional Fee Program
Delivery Format: Preconference Workshop
Computer incident response is a required capability for any project or activity that is running internet-connected services. This half-day training will provide basic information on setting up an incident response program so that you can prepare your organization for an incident investigation. The initial focus of the training will be on identifying the processes, policies, information, and monitoring services that are required to effectively respond to a security incident. You'll leave the session with an understanding of the basic steps needed to create an incident response program and what to do when an incident occurs.

Outcomes: Learn what's involved in organizing an effective incident response program * Explore the incident response life cycle * Learn how to properly triage incidents

Presenters

  • Mark Krenz

    Chief Security Analyst, Indiana University
  • Warren Raquel

    SecOps and IR @ NCSA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Resources & Downloads

  • Educause Security 2018

    4 MB, pptx - Updated on 4/10/2018