Why Your Business Must Have a Cybersecurity Incident Response Plan

If your organization has not yet experienced a cybersecurity event, it’s only a question of time. Size, industry, niche – none of these offer any protection from attackers today. To help reduce your risk and provide some level of protection, it’s critical to have a cybersecurity incident response plan in place.

What Is a Cybersecurity Incident Response Plan?

A cybersecurity incident response plan is a well-documented set of instructions designed to recover your business quickly in the event of a breach, including:

Phishing – Virtual Risk Officer (VRO)

This feature gives businesses real insights and actionable metrics enabling them to understand the attack surface of their organization and learn which users may be vulnerable to phishing attacks. VRO provides dynamic risk scores, assigned to users, groups, and the entire organization. Thus, enabling administrators to make data-driven decisions when it comes to the organization’s security awareness plan. Administrators can apply Smart Group conditional statements that will allow selection based on individual risk scores.


This Advanced Reporting tool provides actionable metrics and insight into the effectiveness of a business’ security awareness training program. Administrators can generate over 60 different styles of reports that will help them understand where improvements need to be made to increase the strength of their human firewall. Using machine learning technology, Advanced Reporting will instantly create reports based on a user’s spoken command or by typing relevant keywords into the Find Report search function.

At WCA Technologies, we are committed to helping our clients find the best security software to address and fit their business needs. This platform manages the ongoing problem of social engineering and allows businesses (of all sizes) to customize its unique features, automate tasks, and create a powerful and robust security training program for their employees.

For more information on Security Awareness Training, call Peter Fidler at 212-642-0980 or email PFidler@WCATech.com.