INCIDENT RESPONSE DEVELOPMENT

[prepare for the inevitable]

INCIDENT RESPONSE DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

Plan Development

The best time to prepare for a cyber incident is before it happens

Tabletop Testing

Effective recovery requires a well-tested plan and a certified team of professionals with real-world scenarios

Training

The incident response team needs to know what the plan is, how to follow it, and know it without referencing it during a real-world security incident

PREPARING FOR THE INEVITABLE

No one wants to believe that their business is vulnerable to attack, but the statistics are irrefutable - you have experienced, will experience and probably are currently experiencing some kind of incident.

Most businesses today live in a "state of continuous compromise" - this means that they aren't finished responding to their last incident before their next incident starts.

Breach and incident response can be chaotic, emotional and stressful, but you can prepare such that you:

Minimize damage to and loss of money

Minimize the costs of response

Minimize negative impact to reputation

Expedite recovery and resumption of normal business operations

Preparation is achieved through effective response planning, testing and training.

STEP 1: CREATE A PLAN

Because performing incident response effectively is a complex undertaking, establishing a successful incident response capability requires substantial planning and resources. Establishing clear procedures for prioritizing the handling of incidents is critical, as is implementing effective methods of collecting, analyzing, and reporting data.

STEP 2: TEST THE PLAN

A great plan is only a great if it is regularly tested. Your incident response team, management, and external parties need to know the process, how to react to various scenarios, and quickly mitigate the security incident. A tabletop test will do this by:

  1. Developing a real-world scenario
  2. Walking through the security incident in a game-like, time realistic scenario
  3. Document findings, gaps, and potential recommendations to update the plan

STEP 3: TRAIN ON THE PLAN

The incident response team needs to know what the plan is, how to follow it, and know it without referencing it during a real-world security incident.

WE HAVE THE DATA TO PROVE IT

Our clients have successfully recovered from malware infections, intrusions, breaches, fraud, and other incidents with minimal down-time. We can do the same for you. We do cybersecurity. All day, every day.