Security Operations

See what an effective incident management strategy looks like and why planning ahead is a critical step.


Whether a minor incident, massive crisis or something in between, all organizations need to be able to effectively manage risk. While the approach will differ by organization, a robust incident management strategy and tool are must-haves for all enterprises in order for them to successfully mitigate risks and business disruptions—allowing them to maintain resiliency.

The most important step: the pre-planning process. Here we demonstrate why and how planning ahead makes for effective incident management and the role Dataminr plays in helping organizations get it right.

How effective incident management strategy looks like

Effective incident management is a must for organizations given the increase and unpredictability of risks and events—from geopolitical threats and extreme weather to attacks on critical infrastructure. As shown in the example above, preparing ahead of time is a crucial first step and ensures that the steps that follow can be executed as efficiently and effectively as possible. 

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Read Top Tips for More Effective and Efficient Incident Management for best practices on managing risk incidents and events.

Learn more about how Dataminr Pulse for Corporate Security helps organizations like yours to effectively prepare for and manage risks from end-to-end.

September 18, 2023
  • Security Operations
  • Corporate Security
  • Infographic

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