What is Incident Handling?

Incident Handling/Response is a structured approach to handling various types of security incidents, cyber threats, and data breaches. The incident response methodology aims to identify, contain, and minimize the cost of a cyberattack or a live incident. A well-built incident response (IR) plan can fix a potential vulnerability to prevent future attacks. The process outlined in the NIST framework includes five phases:

  • Preparation
  • Detection and analysis
  • Containment
  • Eradication and recovery
  • Post-event activity

C|TIA is in compliance with JTA listed under the ‘Analyze’ category of NICE 2.0 with 100% compliance to the CREST framework.

Become a EC-Council Certified Incident Handler (E|CIH)

Incident Handling & Response

EC-Council offers a systematic approach to building your career in incident handling and response with the below 3 courses:
train & certify

EC-Council Certified Incident Handling (E|CIH)

E|CIH is a method-driven program that uses a holistic approach to cover vast concepts concerning organizational incident handling and response from preparing and planning the incident handling and response process to recovering organizational assets after a security incident. 

train & certify

Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst (C|TIA)

C|TIA is a method-driven program that uses a holistic approach, covering concepts from planning the threat intelligence project to building a report to disseminating threat intelligence. These concepts are highly essential while building effective threat intelligence and, when used properly, can secure organizations from future threats or attacks. 

Threat Intelligence Certification

Certified SOC Analyst (C|SA)

In C|SA you will learn to monitor and analyze an organization’s security while responding to potential or current breaches. The C|SA is responsible for scanning all the security systems in real time. This first line of defense works around the clock to protect an organization’s security infrastructure from potential cyber threats.