- A timely response and investigation will help prevent the destructive action of the attack, and in some cases even recover stolen funds and lost data.
- Identifying all of your compromised systems and data will likely reduce losses in the aftermath of a successful attack.
- The collected evidence is powerful ammunition against the perpetrators in a court of law, should you wish to seek legal closure.
When cybercriminals attack your infrastructure, you need to be able to respond quickly and efficiently
We investigate all types of incidents on any platform
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During an emergency, your cybersecurity team might need additional resources. Our experts can provide help in neutralising a particularly complex threat, be it an attack from outside or inside.
An independent investigation of the incident will allow you to find your weak spots and gather evidence for official criminal proceedings.
Incident response stages
- 1. Threat Identification
We survey your employees and collect all the required technical data. Using this information, we determine whether the incident really is a security threat and how it can be classified.
- 2. Neutralising the threat
We identify compromised devices, make copies of data from them and collect technical information. Then we neutralise the threat and restore the system.
- 3. Data analysis
We investigate the incident: find out how the attackers penetrated the infrastructure, what they needed and how they acted.
- 4. Reporting
We summarise all the information received and describe the incident in detail. We also prepare recommendations and ways to avoid a repeat of such attack and, in general, to increase the security of the infrastructure.