Human Error in Cybersecurity Risk Management Disaster Recovery Toolkit (Publication Date: 2024/02)


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  • Does your organization have someone assigned to address media requests related to an investigation?
  • How do you find out about the results of incident investigations that occur in your work area?
  • Has a safety management program been designed and personal allocated to the function?
  • Key Features:

    • Comprehensive set of 1559 prioritized Human Error requirements.
    • Extensive coverage of 127 Human Error topic scopes.
    • In-depth analysis of 127 Human Error step-by-step solutions, benefits, BHAGs.
    • Detailed examination of 127 Human Error case studies and use cases.

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    Human Error Assessment Disaster Recovery Toolkit – Utilization, Solutions, Advantages, BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal):

    Human Error

    Human error refers to mistakes or failures made by individuals that result in negative consequences. It is important for organizations to have a designated person to handle media inquiries during an investigation.

    1. Train employees on cybersecurity best practices to decrease human error and improve overall security awareness.
    (Increased awareness and proactive approach to prevent human error)

    2. Implement multi-factor authentication to reduce the risk of employees falling victim to phishing attacks.
    (Additional layer of security and protection against human error)

    3. Conduct regular vulnerability assessments and penetration testing to identify weaknesses in the organization′s systems.
    (Early detection and mitigation of potential human error risks)

    4. Develop and enforce strict data handling policies and protocols to prevent accidental sharing or leakage of sensitive information.
    (Reduced risk of human error leading to data breaches)

    5. Utilize automated backup and recovery systems to minimize the impact of human error on sensitive data.
    (Quick recovery and reduced downtime in case of human error)

    6. Conduct periodic security awareness training to keep employees up to date on the latest cybersecurity threats.
    (Improved knowledge and vigilance to prevent human error)

    7. Implement monitoring and auditing tools to track employee activity and detect any potential human error risks.
    (Early detection and preventative measures for human error incidents)

    8. Utilize encryption and tokenization to protect sensitive data from human error or intentional misuse.
    (Added layer of security for sensitive data)

    9. Regularly review and update incident response plans to include procedures for addressing human error incidents.
    (Efficient and effective response to human error incidents)

    10. Hire a designated media response team to handle public relations in the event of a cybersecurity incident caused by human error.
    (Smooth and professional handling of media requests related to human error incidents)

    CONTROL QUESTION: Does the organization have someone assigned to address media requests related to an investigation?

    Big Hairy Audacious Goal (BHAG) for 10 years from now:

    In 10 years, the company′s goal for addressing human error in relation to media requests will be to have a dedicated team of trained professionals who are responsible for managing and responding to all media inquiries related to investigations. This team will be equipped with the necessary skills and resources to effectively communicate with the media, provide accurate information, and manage any potential crisis situations. Our aim is to ensure transparency and build trust with stakeholders by effectively addressing human error in a responsible and timely manner, while upholding the values and integrity of our organization.

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    Human Error Case Study/Use Case example – How to use:

    Case Study: Addressing Human Error in Media Requests for Incident Investigations

    Synopsis of Client Situation:

    The client is a large manufacturing company operating in the automotive industry. They are known for their quality products and have a strong reputation in the market. However, recently they faced a major crisis when a series of safety incidents, caused by human error, occurred at their manufacturing plants. This led to injuries, production delays and negative media coverage. The management realized the need for a proactive approach towards addressing these incidents and managing the media requests related to them. They approached our consulting firm to help them develop a strategy to effectively handle media requests during incident investigations and minimize the negative impact on the company′s reputation.

    Consulting Methodology:

    Our consulting methodology for this project involved a four-step approach:

    1. Assessment: We conducted an in-depth assessment of the client′s current policies, protocols and procedures for handling media requests related to incident investigations. This included analyzing their communication strategies, response time and overall crisis management capabilities.

    2. Gap Analysis: Based on our assessment, we identified gaps in the client′s approach towards media requests during incident investigations. These gaps were then prioritized based on their potential impact on the company′s reputation.

    3. Strategy Development: We worked collaboratively with the client′s team to develop a comprehensive strategy that addressed the identified gaps. The strategy included clear guidelines, protocols and training programs for the internal team responsible for managing media requests and external communication during incident investigations.

    4. Implementation: We assisted the client in implementing the strategy by providing training to the relevant stakeholders, conducting mock drills and facilitating communication between the various departments involved in handling media requests.


    1. Comprehensive assessment report
    2. Gap analysis report
    3. Customized strategy document
    4. Training materials and implementation support
    5. Progress reports and updates throughout the project

    Implementation Challenges:

    1. Aligning internal stakeholders: One of the key challenges for our consulting team was to align the internal stakeholders, including the management, legal team, and communication team, on the importance of addressing media requests in a timely and effective manner.

    2. Dealing with legal constraints: Another challenge was to develop a strategy that balanced the company′s need for transparency and accountability while adhering to legal constraints such as protecting sensitive information and maintaining the integrity of ongoing investigations.

    3. Changing mindset and culture: The existing culture within the company was reactive rather than proactive when it came to managing media requests during incident investigations. Our team had to work closely with the client to change this mindset and instill a proactive approach.


    1. Response time for media requests: The target was to respond to all media requests related to incident investigations within 2 hours of receiving them.

    2. Media coverage: The goal was to have at least 60% of media coverage neutral or positive following an incident.

    3. Employee satisfaction: The satisfaction of employees directly involved in handling media requests during incident investigations was also measured.

    Management Considerations:

    1. Regular training and drills: To ensure effective implementation of the strategy, it was important for the client to conduct regular training sessions and mock drills for their internal team. This would help them be prepared and act swiftly during real incidents.

    2. Cross-functional collaboration: It was essential for all departments involved in managing media requests during incident investigations to work together and have a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities.

    3. Continuous improvement: Our team emphasized the importance of continuous improvement in the strategy. This included regularly reviewing and updating protocols and procedures in response to the changing media landscape and company′s needs.


    Efficiently addressing media requests related to incident investigations is crucial for organizations to protect their reputation and maintain stakeholder trust. Our consulting firm successfully helped the client develop a proactive approach towards managing media requests, leading to improved response times, positive media coverage, and enhanced employee satisfaction. With a well-defined strategy in place and continuous improvement efforts, the client is now better equipped to handle media requests during incident investigations.

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