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In this 2003 handbook, the authors describe different organizational models for implementing incident handling capabilities.
This 2003 report describes different organizational models for implementing incident handling capabilities, including each model's advantages and disadvantages and the kinds of incident management services that best fit with it.
These resources help you to get started when creating a new CSIRT.
This form is to be used for recommendations during the Computer Security Incident Handler(CSIH) application review phase.
The Mission Risk Diagnostic for Incident Management Capabilities revises the Incident Management Mission Diagnostic Method with updated and expanded drivers.
In this 2003 report, the authors provide a study of the state of the practice of incident response, based on how CSIRTs around the world are operating.
In this report, the authors present a prototype best practice model for performing incident management processes and functions.
In this paper, the author describes incident management capability and what it implies for controlling security events and incidents.
In this podcast, participants explain that incident management is not just technical response, but a cross-enterprise effort.
In this 2008 report, the authors compare various approaches and tools used to capture and analyze evidence from computer memory.