5 Essential Steps to Creating a Relevant Incident Response Plan



Incident response templates are readily available online but how well do they work for your company's specific policies, procedures and workflows?





In this webinar on-demand, Paul Caiazzo, Avertium's SVP of Security and Compliance takes viewers through a practical guide to developing an incident response plan.


  • The five essential steps to developing a customized incident response plan
  • The key factors to consider when creating one for your organization
  • The role 3rd parties play during a data breach 
  • How to engage internal stakeholders in the process


Paul Caiazzo SVP Security and ComplianceAs Avertium's senior vice president of Security and Compliance, Paul Caiazzo oversees technology alliances and strategic initiatives guiding Avertium clients through challenging security problems. He also leads Avertium’s internal security and  compliance initiatives working to reduce risk across the organization and for clients.

Most recently, Paul was the co-founder and CEO of TruShield Security Solutions, which earned a reputation as one of the fastest growing companies in the cybersecurity industry. TruShield was one of three companies acquired by Sunstone Partners to forge Avertium. 

With more than two decades of experience, Paul has an extensive background in the Federal Government and financial sectors where he supported the Federal government’s cybersecurity needs in a variety of Department of Defense and civilian agency programs across a spectrum of critical missions. He credits his mission-focused background with giving him first-hand knowledge of not only how crippling cybersecurity issues can be, but also the perspective that good security supports the mission, be that through business objectives or government or military initiatives. This sparked his interest in building a career in which he could help clients not only understand the risks they face, but also to combat them with effective mitigation strategies. 

Paul serves as the cybersecurity advisor to the Science and Technology Policy Center for Development where he utilizes his expertise to help the nonprofit organization achieve their goal of advancing ICT in developing countries. 

Paul is certified information system security professional (CISSP), a certified information systems auditor (CISA) and a certified ethical hacker (CEH). 

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About Avertium

Avertium brings enterprise-level security to the many mid-sized and larger organizations that don't have access to comprehensive, specialized protection. One of the largest cybersecurity services providers to the mid-to-enterprise market, Avertium is forged out of three award-winning cybersecurity services companies, each with a unique perspective on the security landscape. 

More than 1,200 organizations in industries ranging from financial services and manufacturing, to technology and healthcare have come to rely on Avertium's show-no-weakness approach to managed security, consulting and compliance services. The company's dual security operations centers are located in Arizona and Tennessee.