Incident Response Plans & Testing

An Incident Response Plan (IRP) is a formal document providing clear direction for an organization before, during and after a suspected or confirmed malicious cyber event. The IRP thoroughly details of what happens: who does what, when to do it, and how to do it. Our plans adhere to National Institute of Standards and Technology Special Publication (NIST SP) 800-61, rev. 2 specifications.

Monarch will create a customized response plan for your organization. Once the plan is approved by executive management, an Incident Response Test – a cyberattack simulation – will assesses the efficacy of the IRP.

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Incident Management: From Tactical to Strategic
The response to a security incident, or the lack thereof, belongs to the organization. The whole organization.  Placing the responsibility for incident response (IR) into only the IT Department creates a short sighted and siloed culture which will not shield the organization from the repercussions of the incident. In fact, the skills required to navigate a cybersecurity incident may range far from those of most IT Professionals: corporate messaging, legal, human resources, and ultimately, executive leadership will all need to participate. Learn More >

Monarch is the Northeast’s only Certified Third Party Assessment Organization (C3PAO)