Cybrary – Incident Response and Advanced Forensics



In the Incident Response and Handling training course, students will be introduced to incident response, how to create and implement protection plans, how to investigate incidents forensically, insider and malware threats, and incident recovery. Incidence response refers to the strategized approach and processes that take place after an organization suffers some sort of security incident. The approach focuses on trying to minimize the negative impact of the cyberattack, as well as recovering any affected data and systems in the quickest and most effective way possible. Incident response usually also includes consideration for recovery costs.




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Size: 2.79 GB What Does and Incident Response Analyst Do? An Incident Response Analyst can vary depending on the specific organization, its location, and size. However, there are some general duties that are usually assigned, including:

  • Investigating and reporting on cybersecurity trends and issues.
  • Conducting forensic collections, intrusion correlation, threat analysis, and tracking direct system remediation as incidents happen.
  • Providing consistent examination of potential threats and incidents, and train employees and shareholders.
  • Evaluating incidents in terms of priority, including potential and possible threats and impacts.
  • Employing incident data to identify exposures and suggest mitigation approaches.
  • Evaluating logs for tracing and remediating any likely security risks.
  • Act as a technical liaison with law enforcement when necessary.

The above are simply general duties. Depending on the organization, Incident Response Analysts may be responsible for more or fewer duties.