INCIDENT RESPONSE

[efficient, effective response]

INCIDENT RESPONSE SERVICES

Digital Forensics

For collecting, examining, analyzing, and reporting on digital artifacts for eDiscovery and internal investigations.

Incident Response Development

The best time to prepare for a cybersecurity incident is before it happens. Effective recovery requires a well-tested plan and a certified team of professionals.

EXPERIENCING A SECURITY INCIDENT?

Our Computer Incident Response Teams (CIRTs) have responded to hundreds of breaches, intrusions, malware infections, thefts, employee investigations, fraud cases and other incidents. Our highly-certified experts have extensive experience in command, coordination and correction of incidents in nearly every industry throughout North America, from local businesses to Fortune 500 international conglomerates.

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INCIDENT RESPONSE METHODOLOGY

Triage

Initial discovery and assessment of incident impact

Analysis

Determination of root cause, impact, timeline, and actions

Containment

Incident counteraction and neutralization to prevent further damages

Eradication

Elimination of threat actors and their artifacts

Recovery

Activities required to resume normal business operations

Post-Incident

Incident review and lessons learned

CHEAT SHEET

INCIDENT RESPONSE AND YOUR BUSINESS

When it comes to cybersecurity incidents, it's a matter of when, not if.

During security incidents, organizations who have planned and prepared for the inevitable lose less money, are back online in less time, and generally, report incidents less than those who haven't prepared.

This cheat sheet offers quick tips on incident response, including what to expect during the first 24 hours of an incident and how to develop a more effective incident response plan.

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CODE BLUE CLEAR

GreyCastle Security responded to the largest ransomware attack in history at a level 1 trauma center in Buffalo, New York. The ransom payout was exactly zero dollars - but is this a zero-sum game?

It depends.

While the impact from this vicious ransomware attack was unprecedented, most experts agree that Erie County Medical Center’s response was monumental – helping the organization avoid months of downtime and millions of dollars in losses.

Code Blue Clear Casestudy