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7 Things Your Ransomware Response Playbook Is Likely Missing

Incident response experts share their secrets for success when it comes to creating a professional-grade ransomware response playbook. Are you ready for the worst?

The moment a cybersecurity incident is discovered is a terrible time to come up with a response plan. Organizations need to create, practice, and constantly update a ransomware response playbook that can bring clarity to the incident response chaos and be prepared to deploy the right resources for a quick recovery.

Incident response experts Roselle Safran, founder and CEO of KeyCaliber, and LeeAnne Pelzer, a director with Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42, recently sat down with Dark Reading to discuss the right way to build an organization's ransomware response playbook, how to run a successful incident response, and, more importantly, how to get the organization quickly on the road to recovery.

Based on their expert advice, here are seven elements that are commonly overlooked, but necessary, for a well-conceived ransomware-response playbook. For more, check out their full remarks on ransomware response playbooks, on-demand.

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