Incident response has earned its right in any board-level discussion on cyber security. It’s importance is also tied to the simple fact that businesses must be able to respond to a cyber-attack if they want to avoid suffering its three negative impacts: reputational risk, legal risk and financial risk.
$ av. cost savings with incident response teams and Incident Response testing
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Industry average time to identify and contain a breach
Incident response gives organisations more resources, specialised services and managerial skills to deal with security incidents – not to mention the indepth perspective on how to remediate them. Clients gain access to malware experts who can add the decision-making perspective, proprietary tools and proven methodologies to respond more quickly.
Repurpose the hours not used to improve other areas of the cyber security strategy while also staying prepared in the event of a security incident.
Learn more about incident response, why it's important for your business and evaluate how mature your incident response capability is.
The technical expertise required to analyse, contain and eradicate a cyber security threat isn’t a resource that’s ordinarily freely available.
Within the industry, Incident Response is seen as a core component of any well-thought out cyber security strategy. It's no surprise that proper incident response planning is seen as a core security control in all the leading cyber security frameworks and standards:
Integrity360 incident response specialists meet with you to discuss the scope of the incident and establish a communication matrix for escalation.
Assist in the deployment of assessment tools. Conduct log analysis from your systems and environment in an effort to determine the root cause of the incident.
Collaborate with you in containing the incident, and restoring the business to normal operational standard.
Our incident response team produce a technical report detailing the incident while a briefing of management, board and any other key personnel takes place.
At our request, Integrity360 stepped up brilliantly to respond to a cyber incident at a non-profit organisation, who had approached us seeking assistance. The team remedied a very serious situation and we thank the team at Integrity360 for demonstrating the power of the ecosystem.
A Compromise Assessment offers a comprehensive analysis of whether your environment has been compromised from a cyber security perspective. Our Incident Response team provide insight, direction and remediation advice if it has, or a clean bill of health if it has not.
Enterprise-wide data is collected and analysed for evidence of suspicious activity. Indicators of compromise (IOCs) are prioritised for in-depth investigation based on the risks they pose to the client’s network environment and business operations. If evidence of a past breach is discovered, our experts can determine when, where, and how it occurred, and provide recommendations for preventing a recurrence. If a breach is currently in progress, the team can transition into incident response.