Not every business has the skills in house to respond to a cyber incident, and that’s where Assign-IT’s Incident Response service can support you with on-demand access to a specialist cyber incident response team in the event of a cyber incident.
We follow the National Cyber Security Centre’s Cyber Incident Response (CIR) scheme to quickly detect, contain and remediate the threat, restore your data and systems, and provide recommendations to protect you from future incidents.
We’ll quickly identify the nature of the breach and the systems and data which are impacted.
We’ll prevent the attack from spreading to other networks and devices both within your organisation and beyond.
We’ll remove malware and fix vulnerabilities to prevent further attacks.
We’ll restore data and systems to normal operation, confirming that they are functioning normally.
We’ll provide you with actionable steps to immediately strengthen your cyber security and to help avoid future attacks.
Planning for a cyber incident can significant reduce both the impact and the downtime caused. We can work with your to develop an Incident Response Plan which details how you should respond to a range of different incidents.
Once an incident has been detected, the faster you respond, the less likely it will have a significant impact on your data, customer trust, reputation, and a potential loss in revenue. There are also regulations such as GDPR, which require you to respond to a data breach within 72 hours or face significant fines.
Cyber incidents come in many different forms, including data privacy breaches, malware outbreaks, denial of service attacks and ransom demands. Assign-IT offers a range of additional service to ensure that, whatever the type and severity of the incident, disruption to your business is minimised.
If your attack becomes a criminal or insurance matter, we can acquire, preserve, and analyse all the relevant digital forensic evidence.
To minimise business downtime for you and your clients, we’ll help to get you back up and running again as quickly as possible.
Identify critical areas of weakness to enable you to prevent future security breaches.