Data Breach Incident Management
Whether or not your organization is prepared, security breaches have become common occurrences. Sometimes for this you will need Data Breach Incident Management team, the bad guys win, and security measures occasionally fail to prevent an incident. Cyber Security Operations has experts in incident response, data breach Incident Management, forensics and electronic discovery who can support or supplement your team when suspected unauthorized, illegal or malicious activities are detected or you are ready to develop a comprehensive plan so you are prepared in the event of a breach.
Our Incident Management and Response is not only to perform root cause analysis to identify why an incident occurred. Rather, the focus is on doing whatever is necessary to restore your service to a secure normal state.
When your organization is under a cyber attack, rapid and thorough incident response is essential to minimizing the threat and safeguarding your critical systems and data. Time compounds the problem and any delay or inefficiency will only increase the damage and losses from a security breach.
This is were our experienced Incident Response and Management team to contain, mitigate and help you recover from a security breach shine. our experienced investigators can quickly be reached to immediately begin assessing the compromise that is targeting your organization. Our well-trained investigators will begin with a remote assessment to quickly provide direction on how to best contain and mitigate the attack.
The CyberSecOP Consulting Incident Response team is available to assist when suspected unauthorized, illegal, or malicious activities are detected. Our skilled specialists are available to respond to incidents across multiple locations. CyberSecOP Consulting has worked with Fortune 500 companies on credit card breaches, malware outbreaks and internal investigations for many years. CyberSecOP Consulting is available to support companies responding to various types of incidents including but not limited to: insider threats, external hackers, malware outbreaks, employee policy violations, and electronic discovery in response to lawsuits.