DFLabs Announces Availability of New Incident and Breach Response Playbook Set, Based on U.S. and EU Regulations

The new playbook set, called IncMan RP, is one of the largest data sets on the market, granting companies of any size the opportunity to get cyber incidents quickly under control.

Milan, Italy; Boston, MA (PRWEB) June 21, 2016

DFLabs, the leader in incident response automation and orchestration technology, has announced the availability of a new playbook set called “IncMan RP,” based on U.S. and EU regulations and industry standards. With this new set, customers will have immediate access to a large number of pre-built incident and data breach response actions to follow. The playbook is divided into state/federal, industry sector and type of incident/breach segments and works with both human and machine based processes.

The new IncMan playbook set contains automated and semi-automated workflows and procedures for responding to security incidents and privacy breaches. Also included are associated flow charts which show the movement of activities.

Breach data items and related actions in the playbook set are compliant with U.S. state and territory breach notice laws, as well as HITECH/HIPAA Act breach notice requirements. Updates are provided over time via DFLabs annual subscription, in compliance with any other breach notice laws or regulations that are created. The same steps are followed in regards to EU GDPR breach requirements, with updates being applied over time regarding any additional breach notice laws or regulations that are created in EU countries.

“This is the first playbook set in the market with such a large data set and flexibility, and it is able to be used in both large and mid-size corporations, directly or via MSSP,” said Dario Forte, founder and CEO of DFLabs. “With DFLabs’ IncMan, the security operations and incident response team will be able to automate both human and machine actions and have cyber incidents quickly under control.”

According to the Ponemon Institute, although the average cost of mitigating a breach is up 29% since 2013 (at about $4 million per incident), there was good news in that companies that have incident response plans and teams in place saw an average savings of $400,000 over companies that did not. Furthermore, the active data breach and privacy regulations in the U.S and E.U. are making incident response platforms mandatory. DFLabs’ IncMan is the leading platform for incident response automation and orchestration, and can help enterprises prepare, respond and be compliant.

For more information about the report, please go to: http://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/data-breach-costs-soaring/)

The release of this innovative software package comes during a very important time for the company, which recently announced its initial round of funding from Evolution Equity Partners, along with the acquisition of new corporate customers in the United States, EMEA and APAC.

About DFLabs
DFLabs – Cyber Incidents Under Control – is a recognized global leader in automated incident and breach response and orchestration. The company is led by a management team recognized for its experience in and contributions to the information security field including the co-editing of many industry standards such as ISO 27043 and ISO 30121. Its flagship product, IncMan, has been adopted by Fortune 500 and Global 2000 organizations worldwide. DFLabs has operations in Europe, North America and EMEA. For more information, visit http://dflabs.com/ or connect with us on Twitter @DFLabs.