In recent years, cyber incidents have become fairly common in Israel and worldwide. The incidents occur in all types of organizations – from the smallest to the level of entire sectors
and critical infrastructures - and they can affect the whole country.
The complexity of the incidents and the growing sophistication shown by attackers, who use advanced technologies, oblige defenders to act in a range of areas – law,
public image, business and of course technology. Organizations need expertise on content, tools and technologies to deal with threats.
Without a skilled, professional and appropriate response, cyber threats can spread, penetrate further into the organization, and even spread to other organizations.
This document gives important recommendations to organizations in the Israeli economy on building a cyber crisis management team, its work relationships, and the main requirements for a skilled and
professional IR team - a feld that requires previous knowledge, training, tools, work processes and a high standard of technologies.
This document is an addition to the National cyber concept for crisis preparedness and management, written by the INCD. The National Concept serve as a fundamental basis that defnes the principles and
modes of action on the subject of crisis preparedness and management in the civilian cyberspace