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Glossary definition: Incident Management Framework

Incident Management Framework: A Guide to Effective Response

Incident Management Framework is a set of processes, procedures, and systems that organizations use to manage and respond to incidents. It is an organized approach to addressing and resolving incidents quickly and efficiently. The framework typically includes the following components: incident identification, incident classification, incident response, incident resolution, and incident reporting. The goal of an incident management framework is to ensure that incidents are handled in a timely, consistent, and effective manner. It also helps to ensure that the organization is prepared to handle any potential incidents that may arise. This framework can help organizations to reduce the amount of time and resources required to respond to incidents, as well as to improve the organization's overall security posture.