- Decision making
- KPIs and OKRs
- Remote Work
- Asset Management Policy
- Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Policy
- Data Management Policy
- Information Security Roles and Responsibilities
- Operations Security Policy
- Risk Management Policy
- Secure Development Policy
- Third-Party Risk Management Policy
- Human Resources Security Policy
- Access Control Policy
- Incident Response Plan
- Cryptography Policy
- Information Security Policy and Acceptable Use Policy
- Node-RED Dashboard
- Pricing Principles
- Product Categories
- Customer department
- Content Channels
- How we work
- Content Types
- Customer Stories
- Boiler Plate Descriptions
- Marketing - Website
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- Front End
- Packaging Guidelines
- Platform Ops
- Security Policy
- Website A/B Testing
- Internal Operations
- People Ops
# Incident Response
When an issue is identified that impacts the availablity of any part of the production platform, it is vital we are able to respond effectively, resolve the issue and ensure lessons are learnt to prevent it happening again.
This page outlines how we should handle these situations.
Any incident involving information security or data privacy must follow our Information Security Incident Response policy.
Once an incident has been identified, a thread should be started in
#dept-engineering in slack and a huddle started.
The purpose of the huddle is to ensure clear communication between individuals working on the incident and to co-ordinate any actions taken.
The slack thread should be used to document findings and actions taken.
# Root Cause Analysis
Once the incident has been resolved such that customers are no longer impacted, the CTO, or nominated individual, will raise an Incident issue on the CloudProject repo.
This contains three sections:
- Timeline - reconstructed from the slack thread, this should provide a timeline of events from initial detection of the incident, to the point it has been resolved.
- RCA - the root cause analysis should provide more details on what caused the incident. This should include any appropriate technical details, along with how it was resolved.
- Actions - part of the RCA is to identify any follow-up actions that need to be completed
The issue should remain open until all actions are complete.
# Public Blog Post
Depending on the nature of the incident, we may choose to publish a blog post with details for our customers. This should be our default response, however we may decide some incidents are sufficiently localised to not warrent a full write-up.
The blog post should explain the incident in an accessible way - we want to be open with our customers. This should include links to any relevant follow-up actions to demonstrate what we learnt from the incident and how we will improve the platform in response.