As the impacts and severity of security breaches increases, early detection and response must be prioritised. However, a majority of IT security teams are already strained, and some businesses lack in-house security expertise all together. This means a greater risk of attacker dwell time and more severe damages.
Having a team on standby minimises the duration and impact of a cyber security breach, and eliminates costly delays with a pre-arranged contract. An added benefit is that this further attracts incentives offered by cyber security insurance providers.
We act as a seamless extension of your team, helping you avoid extensive costs of training and maintaining in-house incident responders. As a dedicated security organisation, we know that incident response is not a one-size-fits-all. We pride ourselves on going the extra mile and delivering comprehensive, flexible services.
At each retainer tier, we deliver multiple playbooks tailored to your organisation’s profile. This facilitates swift and efficient action during an incident, furthering minimising financial, operational and reputational costs.
One of our consultants will work with your team to determine your current ability to detect and respond to incidents/breaches and determine what gaps you have in visibility.
Our reports contain post-incident recommendations to prevent similar incidents occurring and strategic recommendations to improve your organisation’s security posture.
We will run through table-top (TTX) and/or live-fire exercises (LFX), testing incident detection and response capabilities. This ensures that the Incident Response process will be triggered in a real-world incident as testing allows key players to understand their roles and responsibilities in the IR process. This further improves response actions and minimises the time taken to recovery.
Our consultant will treat a penetration test like a real hack, working with your internal security systems and logs to find out: If you were hacked with these vulnerabilities, would you be alerted? If so, would you be able to stop it? If not, would you have the security systems, logging, and Incident Response capability to effectively respond?