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Risk in Context Podcast: Cyber incident management best practices

This episode of Marsh’s Risk in Context podcast features Brian Warszona and Katherine Keefe from Marsh’s Cyber Practice on how organizations can build effective cyber incident management plans and the actions they can take before, during, and after an attack.

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Facing more frequent and intense cyber threats, it’s vital that businesses to be ready for attacks.

This episode of Marsh’s Risk in Context podcast features Brian Warszona and Katherine Keefe from Marsh’s Cyber Practice on how organizations can build effective cyber incident management plans and the actions they can take before, during, and after an attack.

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Key takeaways

Preparedness levels can vary by company, ranging from having highly advanced incident response plans to lacking a plan altogether.

Companies across the board should create or adapt their incident response plans to account for ransomware.

Growing cyber threats have prompted insurers to include access to critical services in their policies.

Cyber insurance buyers how have access to legal, forensic, and extortion response expertise that can be invaluable as they respond to and recover from attacks.

Tabletop exercises help organizations in cyber incident management in the event of an attack.

Tabletop exercises involving these service providers, as well as internal resources, can help organizations identify critical gaps in response plans and help build organizational “muscle memory” that can be useful in the event of an attack.

About our speakers

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Brian Warszona

Cyber Deputy Practice Leader

  • United Kingdom

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Katherine Keefe

Cyber Incident Management Leader

  • United States