How Does Your Organisation Respond to Cyber Security Incidents?

The importance of Incident Response Services

Incident response is a critical component of an organisation’s cyber security strategy. When we refer to an ‘incident’, this means a cyber security breach that could lead to a loss of your organisation’s functions, operations or services. In other words, something that has the potential to significantly disrupt or prevent the day-to-day running of your business. An Incident Response plan is all about reducing damage and recovering as quickly as possible.

As our reliance on data grows, it is no longer a matter of ‘if’ a cyber security breach will occur, but ‘when’. Organisations must be prepared to respond to security incidents to avoid a crisis.

If your network was hacked tomorrow, how would your organisation respond? Would it be a crisis requiring expert intervention, or could it be rectified without breaking a sweat?

When a threat presents itself, it is not only about rectifying the issue, but acting as quickly as possible. For many organisations, even a short-lived security breach can have devastating consequences. It only takes a few minutes to compromise confidential or lucrative information.

At Core to Cloud, this is why we recommend the Cynet 360 platform to our clients. Specialising in Incident Response, Cynet provides visibility in every corner of your environment by scanning, identifying and resolving security incidents. Much like a vigilant guard dog, it will rapidly hone in on an unexpected intruder or threat and alert you before damage is done.

Speed and efficiency

When a security breach occurs, time is of the essence. Cynet 360 offers immediate visibility and takes just 15 minutes to deploy across 5,000 endpoints and 60 minutes to provide full environment visibility. It rapidly detects the breach and can remedy the threat with a single click.
Total environment visibility

Offering visibility into all entities and activities, you don’t need to worry about manually searching for a covert security breach. Correlating all endpoint, network and user data, you can see the full picture and start investigating on the spot. Think of it as shining a light on all the dark corners that may typically be hidden from view.

Complete threat detection

Cynet continually analyses endpoint, network and user activity data to decipher the context of each file interaction, running process, network traffic and user behaviour. This complex process can detect live malicious activity with razor-sharp precision.

Full remediation

Cynet can remove all malicious presence with a wide range of remediation tools. It can easily eliminate infected endpoints, malicious files, compromised user accounts and attacker-controlled traffic, giving you peace of mind that the issue has been rectified.

CyOps Security Team

What’s more, the Cynet 360 IR service includes a CyOps security team – a dedicated team of expert security analysts and researchers. When an incident occurs, they will be on hand to guide you through the investigation and response process.

The ability to detect an incident and rapidly respond to it is the first line of defence. If you have any questions about Cynet 360 and how it could work for your organisation, one of our friendly experts would be more than happy to walk you through the process. Contact us here. 

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