Maximising your Cyber Incident Response Capabilities – Strategies for Success

Incident response is a critical component of an organisation’s cyber security strategy. With the increasing frequency and complexity of cyber threats, it’s more important than ever to have a robust and effective incident response plan in place. However, building an incident response programme that delivers results is not a simple task. It requires a deep understanding of the latest threats and trends, effective planning, and the ability to execute quickly and efficiently.

In this webinar, we explore the strategies and best practices for building an effective incident response programme. Our cyber incident response experts provide insights into the key components of an effective incident response system, tips for maximising your incident response capabilities and practical advice for overcoming common challenges.

Whether you’re just starting to build your incident response programme or looking to improve your existing system, this webinar will provide valuable information and actionable guidance to help you succeed.

Webinar content

  • An introduction to cyber incident response management and why it is crucial for your survival;
  • Building a dedicated and well-trained cyber incident response team with NCSC-accredited qualifications;
  • Key strategies and best practices for maximising your cyber incident response capabilities;
  • How CyberComply incident response management and cyber incident response retainers can support your incident response programme; and
  • Practical solutions and advice to help you start your cyber incident response programme.

Delivered by

Alan Calder
Founder and Executive Chairman, IT Governance

Alan Calder is an acknowledged international cyber security expert and a leading author on information security and IT governance issues.

Alan founded IT Governance in 2002 and he has written more than 20 books on cyber security. Alan’s work draws on his experience leading the world’s first successful implementation of BS 7799 – now ISO 27001 – and is also the basis for the UK Open University’s postgraduate course on information security.

Alan has been involved in the development of a wide range of information security management training courses that have been accredited by IBITGQ (International Board for IT Governance Qualifications).


Cliff Martin
Head of Incident Response, GRCI Law

Cliff leads the Cyber Incident Response Service within GRCI Law. He began his career teaching computer systems and network technologies in further and higher education.

He moved into the defence industry, where his main areas of expertise were risk management and accreditation, incident management and response, and secure systems architecture and configuration.

Cliff has experience in both IT and OT environments. He understands the complexity of cyber security incidents and their potential impact on the business, its users and its customers.

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