Cyber Incident Response and Reporting Program (CIRRP) - Federal Contractors

Cyber Incident Response and Reporting Program (CIRRP) - Federal Contractors: Federal contractors providing services to various governmental agencies have strict requirements for developing and implementing a comprehensive cyber incident response and reporting program. What can take dozens of hours to develop is now available for instant download today with our incredibly detailed and well-written Cyber Incident Response and Reporting Program. Filled with all the essential criteria necessary – and required – for cyber incident reporting, this program is a must-have for federal contractors.  This is without question the most comprehensive Cyber Incident Response and Reporting Program found anywhere today.

Available for instant download, the Cyber Incident Response and Reporting Program (CIRRP) has been developed in accordance with the following organizations, associations, publications, frameworks, and other related materials:

  • The National Cybersecurity Protection Act of 2014 (NCPA)
  • Cybersecurity Discipline
  • Presidential Policy Directive (PPD) 41
  • Presidential Executive Order on Strengthening the Cybersecurity
  • National Cyber Incident Response Plan, October 2016 - DHS
  • Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity Draft Version 1.1
  • Computer Security Incident Handling Guide, NIS SP 800-61
  • Additional NIST SP 800 and 1800 publications

Additionally, the CIRRP comes complete with the following sections:

  • Mission
  • Overview
  • Purpose
  • Scope
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Program
  • Incident Response Policy and Procedures
  • Cyber Incident Response and Reporting Program
  • Core Capabilities
  • Data Matrices
  • Team Structure
  • Incident Response Training
  • Incident Response Testing
  • Incident Response Preparation 
  • Incident Response Detection
  • Incident Analysis and Response
  • Containment, Eradication, and Recovery
  • Post Incident Activities and Awareness
  • Incident Response Monitoring

Additional Information

  • Document Length: 36 Pages.
  • Topics Covered: Dozens of sections and categories pertaining to the broader subject of information security, cyber security, and incident response
  • Framework: Developed in accordance with best practices derived from industry specific vendor administrator guides, NIST SP 800 publications, FIPS publications, ISO 27000 series of standards, COBIT, USCERT, NSA hardening documents, DIACAP, DISA STIGs, industry leading cloud computing publications, Defense-In-Depth and Layered Security best practices, along with numerous other globally recognized benchmarks, standards, frameworks, association, and publications within the broader field of information security.
  • Download Use: One (1) per company.incredibly detailed and well-written Cyber Incident Response and Reporting Program.

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