Review this Mind Map before you create your attack scenarios
Having a cyber incident response plan without an attack scenario is like getting into a car and driving aimlessly. You need to know your final destination. Similarly, you need to have a cyber-attack scenario to better understand the attackers' motivation and modus operandi and to help you tweak and optimise your cyber incident response plan accordingly.
This Mind Map, taken from our NCSC-Certified Cyber Incident Planning and Response course, points out the various components you need before you build your attack scenario.
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