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What is incident response?

In the event of a breach or cybersecurity attack, you need an organised approach to manage the aftermath.

The main aim is to handle the situation in a way that minimises disruption, damage, and costs.

In an ideal world, all cybersecurity threats would be stopped before damage is done. But the reality is, sometimes attacks and breaches slip through the cracks, no matter how strong your cybersecurity posture is.

It doesn’t have to be a disaster. Incident response isn’t just about identifying a threat but having a plan that outlines how you respond to that threat. Incidents that aren’t properly handled and fixed can quickly escalate into a bigger problem. Responding to an incident quickly will help your organisation minimise disruption and losses, fix exploited vulnerabilities, and reduce the risk of future breaches.

You are secure

Alert on
and block
unintentional and
malicious changes
that put data at
risk

Automatically
identify, assign
and manage data
ownership

Alert on
anomalous
behaviour and
automate downstream actions to
contain threats

Response

Alert on and
respond to
activity patterns
indicative of
Ransomware

Block
credential theft
and malicious
executions on all
devices including
mobile

Patching
different
operating systems,
applications and
patchless
protection

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At Core to Cloud, we’re here to give you the lowdown on Responce and protecting your IT environment. With a consultative approach, we’ll discuss our vendors in detail to identify a bespoke solution for your organisation.

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