No business or entity is immune to cyber-attacks and data breaches. Make sure that your organization is prepared and has access to a team of experts that can quickly analyses the complexity of the incident and assist you in controlling and mitigating the breach. Cyber Centaur has a team of experienced incident responders that frequently respond to both simple and large complex data breaches involving municipalities, governmental organizations, educational, health and finance sectors. From email compromised to reverse engineering malware that may have affected your organization, the experts at Cyber Centaur have you covered.
Incident response is a term used to describe the procedure by which an organization handles a data breach or cyberattack, also known as an IT incident, computer incident or security incident. This includes the organization’s approach to manage the consequences of the attack or breach. The objective is to effectively manage the incident in a way that provides insights into what was breached and how and to rapidly remediate the incident and restore normal operations.
We have designed this free Action Guide to provide you with 10 steps you and your team can immediately take to prepare yourself for a data breach. Are you prepared? In the midst of a data breach, it can be very difficult to know how to react or even think clearly. Only by proper planning and practice can you truly know how your company will react in the untimely event of a security breach.
Any incident that is not handled efficiently and effectively, can - and normally will - grow into a more complex problem that can lead to a disaster for the organization by loss of client data, regulatory compliance issues, loss of reputation and more. An Incident Response team will allow your organization to rapidly identify compromised assets and minimize losses, mitigate the attack vectors and restore services.
Read how one municipalities’ legacy system became vulnerable to a remote access attack, and how the threat actor was able to remain in the network for more than 90 days, even after so called steps of remediation had been taken by the IT department. Understand how an internally managed incident response can go terribly wrong. How Cyber Centaur ultimately resolved the incident and learn what well trained and experienced incident response teams do, to avoid these mistakes