Cybersecurity incident response is a critical process aimed at addressing and mitigating the impact of security breaches or incidents on an organization's digital infrastructure. When a cyber incident occurs, such as a data breach, network intrusion, or malware attack, a well-defined incident response plan is put into action. The incident response team, consisting of IT professionals and cybersecurity experts, promptly identifies and analyzes the incident to determine its scope, origin, and potential damage. They then initiate containment measures to prevent further spread of the threat, preserve evidence for forensic investigation, and restore normal operations. Communication and collaboration with stakeholders, including management, legal teams, and law enforcement agencies, are vital throughout the incident response process to ensure a coordinated and effective response. Continuous improvement and learning from past incidents play a crucial role in strengthening an organization's overall cybersecurity posture.