The U.S. National Cyber Security Alliance found that 60 percent of small companies are unable to sustain their businesses over six months after a cyber attack.
Our team will analyze impact and severity to identify full extent of breach and develop action plan.
Our engineers will deploy fixes, perform restorations and other remediation to roll back the damage.
Do further analysis and smoke testing to confirm that security threats have been mitigated.
Reestablish baseline based to better align security solutions and prevent future breaches.
If you just learned that your business experienced a data breach, you’re probably going to be stunned and wonder what to do. How did this happen? What steps should you take? Who should you contact? Is your business in jeopardy? These are all important questions to find the answers for, and we can help.
The first thing you should do is contact us for remediation services because it’s important to trace the data breach, identify the issue, and mitigate further impact on your business. It’s also important to move quickly to secure your systems and check for any vulnerabilities that may have caused the breach.
Once the extent of damage has been determined, our security team will use IT remediation best practices to correct the damage and update your security procedures to keep this from happening again. The only thing worse than a data breach is another one.
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They’re an assessment to interpret what went wrong and how to better protect the security of your business data. You need experts who are qualified and experienced in remediation services to ensure efforts are prioritized properly based on the seriousness of the breach, the impact and potential costs to your organization.
Remediation after an IT security breach is a process that addresses the problems created as a result of your system being exploited by intruders. It uses algorithms known as vulnerability discovery models (VDMs).
This isn’t something you should put off. Data breach notification laws require that you notify your customers and other parties about the breach and take steps to remediate any harm it caused. If you don’t respond to a data breach promptly, this can result in even bigger problems for your organization. You must find out the extent of the damage to do this.
Our remediation team will determine what happened, what information was accessed, what systems were compromised, and which accounts were compromised. They’ll establish the span of the breach to decide how to solve it.
Think of us as you independent IT forensic investigators to help you determine the source and scope of the security breach. We will accumulate forensic images of your affected systems, collect and analyze the evidence, and outline the remediation steps to take.
We’ll ensure the existing auditing system remains intact and has been operational. This will help us determine the size of the breach and devise remediation methods. If auditing has been disabled (maybe someone inside or outside your organization did this to cover their tracks), we’ll have to restore it before proceeding. This will also help us establish whether breach activity is still ongoing and when we can conclude that it’s been terminated.
If you were using virtual machines or systems, we can take a snapshot of where you stood when the breach occurred. This gives us valuable information for the remediation. We can also analyze the snapshot at a later date if needed.
Regardless of the type or scope of the breach, you should follow these steps. Do these things whether the security breach involved just one device, a number of systems, or if it was a company-wide intrusion. However, be sure to check with us first before doing anything.
There’s a lot to do to remediate a data breach, both technical, legal and public relations wise. But know that we’re here to help however we can. And remember that the best remedy is always prevention. It’s less of a hassle and less costly than a data breach.
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