Hagerty's Solution to Cyber Program Management

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Annual expected cyber crime costs in 2021.
$6
 Trillion
$1,077
Average ransomware demand in 2016, up from $294 in 2015.
Identities exposed in data breaches since 2009.
7.1
Billion
1 in 131
Emails sent containing malware in 2016, up from 1 in 220 in 2015.

The cyber Disruption Team

enables a virtual mechanism for collaboration between...
Emergency Management:

As cyber incidents grow in complexity, the role of emergency management in cyber incident response will also expand. In the event of a large scale critical infrastructure compromise, emergency managers may be asked to fulfill a consequence management role in handling cyber incidents. As such, a sound cybersecurity program for emergency management is key to staying ahead of the threat.
Emergency
Management (EM)
Partners
Information Technology:

IT partners are integral to cyber incident response. Their role in handling the threat in the virtual space through system monitoring, log audits, and patch management ensures that cyber incidents are contained. In the event of large-scale cyber incidents with significant cascading effects, IT partners will be responsible for handling the escalation of the threat and pulling in additional stakeholders, such as emergency management.
Information
Technology (IT)
Partners
Hagerty's Cyber Nexus Approach Overview

Why Does it Matter?

To effectively prevent, respond to, and recover from cyber disruptions, emergency management and information technology partners must first collaboratively establish plans for managing complex cyber incidents and test those plans. Ensuring cyber preparedness establishes relationships pre-event and tests viability of planning.

Information Technology Team

  • System Monitoring and Hardening
  • Patch Management
  • Penetration Testing
  • Hardware / Software Maintenance

Emergency Management Team

  • Cyber Risk Management
  • Cyber Incident / Disruption Response Planning
  • Training and Exercise

Recommended coordinated actions:

Why Does it Matter?

A coordinated response ensures that all parties are performing their functional missions while minimizing or eliminating unnecessary duplication of efforts. Coordinating response across IT / EM ensures that the response is as streamlined and effective as possible.

Information Technology Team

  • Digital Forensics
  • Malware Analysis and Quarantine
  • Breach Management
  • Information Technology Disaster Recovery Restoration

Emergency Management Team

  • Consequence Management (Response to Physical Cascading Impacts)
  • Operational Coordination Across Relevant Disciplines

Recommended coordinated actions:

Why Does it Matter?

Coordinated recovery actions ensures the restoration of virtual and physical systems align and lessons learned from the incident are retained and improved upon. Collaborating on recovery, and mitigation activities and managing long-term impacts of complex cyber incidents supports a jurisdiction’s ability to recover quickly and increase resilience.

Information Technology Team

  • Restoring IT Services (Systems, Data, Connectivity)
  • Update Controls and Processes

Emergency Management Team

  • Recovery of Physical Assets
  • After-action Reporting

Recommended coordinated actions:

The Cyber Nexus Approach Can Help

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Planning

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Exercises

Hagerty is here to help. Our experts in cyber incident preparedness can assist your organization or community in developing cyber incident/disruption response plans and conducting training and exercises.

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