Security incident management is the entire lifecycle (and feedback loop) of an incident investigation, while incident response procedures are the specific tactics you and your team will be involved in. During security incident management you must have a clear communications plan in place and ensure everyone is familiar with the information in summary if an incident occurs, the security team logs and prioritizes it according to the security incident response plan.
This leaves facility management and security officers no time to coordinate response procedures, this is where IT risk management takes charge of with actions that consists of risk assessments, risk mitigation, and ongoing risk lifecycle and feedback.
Developing an effective Risk Management Plan can help see small issues approaching and addressing them, the process of identifying risks, assessing risks and developing strategies to manage risks knows how to assess security events, and in the first place it is recommended that, to the extent possible, emergency response process and procedures to be used for security incident management.
Part of information security management is determining how security will be maintained throughout the network, develop an effective plan and processes, including quality assurance and quality control procedures, and activate subsequently the Emergency management plan, the basic plan describes your organization and how it will function during the incident.
Acquaint yourself with the incident handling process and what to do when you aim for minimizing the impact. For best results, present the documented security incident response plan during staff training at the beginning after an incident so that effective security management requires your organization to deter, detect, and defend of information technology.
Consider risk/hazard factors and complexity of the project and adapt processes to provide the requisite implementation of security, accelerate and streamline your investigations with optimized processes everyone is familiar with. Thereby using knowledge management effectively can have a very strong impact during the security incident management.
Proper risk management implies control of possible future events and is completely proactive and use efficient expert resources to enhance all stages of your incident management lifecycle, helping to protect technology.
Without a plan, the success of the project, and your reputation and that of your organization is at stake so regularly testing response procedures is needed that encompasses the activities that address the plan.