Due to the rise of internet/cyber-crime, a company’s ability to react & respond to a potential breach is becoming more pressing. A Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) is responsible for analyzing a potential intrusion, determining the scope of the compromise, and helping take corrective action to prevent future attacks.
AlphaONE can complement your existing CSIRT or help your business build a formal IM/IR program from the ground up.
Incident response is the methodology an organization uses to respond to and manage events surrounding a suspected cyberattack. An Incident Response plan (as part of an Incident Management program) aims to reduce damage incurred from a security breach and recover business operations as quickly as possible. Investigation is also a key component to further understand the attack and effectively prepare to better protect in the future.
AlphaONE experts work with companies to architect, deploy & execute, and test/evolve Incident Response plans before, during, or after a security event.
AlphaONE’s Digital Forensics services focus on the process of identifying, preserving, analyzing, and documenting digital evidence surrounding a security event. Digital Forensics is an important part of the Incident Management program where experts identify and record details of a criminal incident as evidence to be used for law enforcement. Rules and regulations surrounding this process are often instrumental in proving innocence or guilt in a court of law.
When faced with a cyber incident, your organization must be prepared to respond quickly and effectively to protect your operations, reputation and bottom line. Timely response and notification for cyber incidents is often mandated by privacy and consumer protection laws.
AlphaONE’s Cyber Risk Retainer provides immediate access to top-tier Incident Response resources and proactive services to better prepare for such an occurrence. By removing the need to negotiate scope or rates during an event, the retainer will allow your company to respond adequately and begin mitigating the impact of an attack immediately.