Incident Response Management
Incident Response & Remediation management services from CyOp help identify intrusions and eliminate security breaches before wreaking havoc on your business. With CyOp’s incident response solution, our team of security experts helps minimize breach impact and help your business recover with minimal downtime.
Who's Responsible for Managing On-Site Responses?
The Incident Response Team is responsible for managing on-site responses. They are the ones who will determine what needs to be done in order to fix the problem and prevent future attacks by:
- Identifying the source of the attack
- Eradicating the threat
- Recovering any lost data
- Implementing security measures to prevent future attacks
If you don’t have an Incident Response Team, you need to find one. Partnering with an MSSP like CyOp Cybersecurity is a great way to get started. Our team can provide you with the resources you need to get started safeguarding your organization.
Comprehensive Security Solutions You Can Count On
If you are looking for Incident Response assistance, consider partnering with us. Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) are companies that provide their customers with security-related services. These services can include Incident Response, which can be extremely helpful if you’ve been the victim of a cyber attack. But you’re in luck because we offer much more such as:
- Threat monitoring
- Security event management
- Vulnerability management
- Intrusion detection and prevention
- Data loss prevention
- Identity and access management
- Compliance support
- Managed Detection Response
- 24/7 SOC (Security Operations Center)
What Are Common Threats Addressed by an Incident Response Team?
There are many different types of threats that an Incident Response Management Team can address. Some of the most common include the following:
Malware is a type of software that is designed by cyber criminals to damage and disable computers. An incident response team’s proactive approach will ensure that endpoints are receiving and installing updates and security patches to reduce the risk of malware.
Ransomware can shut down business operations and blocks businesses from their normal day-to-day operations by holding their data or systems hostage until a ransom is paid. Ensuring that you have a backup of your data to properly restore can reduce your downtime.
This is a type of attack that attempts to trick people into giving up PII, such as passwords or credit card numbers.
According to Norton, “estimates show that there is a cyberattack every 44 seconds throughout the day.” meaning these threats are lurking around every corner and should be treated with caution.
You’ve Been Attacked– Now What?
If you’ve been the victim of a cyber attack, CyOp can help. CyOp is an expert at mitigating the damage of an incident. We understand how essential it is to safeguard your data and your applications. And as they say— time is money and when you’re under attack you don’t have time to waste!
Incident Response is a vital part of today’s digital landscape, and it’s important to have a plan in place in case you’re ever the victim of an attack, it is our goal to make sure you’re anything but. Cyber attacks are becoming more and more common, so don’t wait until it’s too late to put an Incident Response Management plan in place.
Give us a call today and let us help you contact the attack, eradicate the threat, and recover from the damage.