The internet has bought many business benefits however, 24x7 connectivity and ongoing advancements in technology have increasingly opened up opportunities for people to engage in malicious behaviour, making cybercrime a big business.
Very few organisations can function without the use of technology, for many their systems and data are absolutely critical.
The impacts of a cyber security incident (such as a security breach, data breach, DDoS, Ransomware, Phishing attack etc) can be long lasting and potentially damaging to an organisation’s financial, reputational, and/or operational stability.
Being prepared for a cyber security incident means that you can invoke an incident response plan to help protect your data, detect a breach and quickly mitigate the impact. It is every employee’s responsibility to follow the guidelines and help to ensure that your organisation is ready to take the appropriate steps to minimise damage to your customers, employees and brand in the event of a data breach.
Executing an incident response plan allows an organisation to efficiently and effectively prioritise its resources. Finding the root cause enables the organisation to take appropriate steps to improve its security posture, and better protect itself in the future.
Kaon Security recognise that not every organisation is able to have incident response specialists on staff, as such we can provide a range of Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) services including:
Our DFIR expertise is supported by state-of-the-art forensic examination systems.
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Our Incident Response Execution Pack provides access to a suitably qualified consultant who will drive the –
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