Incident management (IcM) can be an part of IT Service Management (ITSM) which involves returning service on track as fast as possible after an event, in a manner that has little to no negative effect on the business.
In the areas of computer security and it, computer security occurrence management consists of the monitoring and recognition of security occurrences over a computer or computer network and the execution of proper replies to those happenings.
Computer security occurrence management is a specialised form of event management, the principal reason for which is the introduction of a well realized and predictable reaction to damaging situations and computer intrusions.
Incident management takes a process and a reply team which employs this technique. This meaning of computer security occurrence management practices the benchmarks and definitions detailed in the Country wide Event Management System (NIMS).
The incident planner manages the reaction to a crisis security event. In an all natural Catastrophe or other event needing a reply from Disaster services, the occurrence coordinator would become a liaison to the disaster services incident director.
The actions within the event management process include:
- Incident diagnosis and recording
- Occurrence reporting and communication
- Priority Classification and primary support
- Research and analysis
- Image resolution and record
- Incident closure
- Incident possession, monitoring, monitoring and communication
- Establish incident construction management
- Evaluation of occurrence framework management