How In-House Forensic Capabilities Help Detect VulnerabilitiesWells Fargo's Sridhar Sidhu on Building a Comprehensive Incidence Response Plan
Large global organizations should have in-house forensic capabilities so they have a clear understanding of internal infrastructure and related vulnerabilities, says Sridhar Sidhu, senior vice president of enterprise Information security at Wells Fargo-India.
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The value of a comprehensive incident response plan, Sidhu says, "depends on how well it is documented and how well it is actually executed ahead of time [in a test]."
In a video interview at Information Security Media Group's recent Fraud and Breach Summit in Bengaluru, he offers insights on:
- Proactively building a breach response mechanism;
- Assessing the readiness of forensic capabilities;
- The importance of information sharing during a security incident.
Sidhu leads enterprise information security services organization at Wells Fargo Enterprise Global Services - India. He holds certifications in IT risk management and also achieved certification on IT governance matters.