Security incidents can cripple an organization’s operations in a matter of minutes. If an incident is not responded to in a timely, professional manner, costs can spiral and irreparable damage can occur.
The increase in frequency and sophistication of cyber-attacks has made cyber incident response a requirement for businesses of all sizes.
Failure to properly and efficiently manage a cyber incident can be drastically more costly for an organization than the actual incident itself. This presents resource-strapped IT executives with an increasingly burdensome challenge.
SubRosa’s incident response team leverage real-world expertise, industry-leading technology and extensive threat intelligence to analyze and respond to a multitude of incidents, regardless of your organization’s size.
Detect incidents in real time. Prepare for incident response through training and workshops.
Retain industry-leading incident response experts, reducing the impact of incidents and enable quick, cost-effective response.
Respond to incidents post-discovery and engage SubRosa’s cyber incident response and forensics team to assist.
Research and analysis of emerging and existing threats to help proactively counter new threats, as they emerge.
Identify past and present attacker activity in your environment. Use the results to drive improvements to your incident response program.
Test your ability to respond to, manage and mitigate an incident from a wide array of attackers and attack types.
Train stakeholders and incident response personnel to better prepare them for live incident response requirements.
Bolster your incident response capabilities with a team on standby, ready to assist with incident response at a moments notice.
Email compromise is a type of cybercrime where email is used to trick someone into sending money or divulging confidential company info.
Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts a victim's files and demands a ransom payment in exchange for the decryption key.
Malware refers to any intrusive software developed by cybercriminals to steal or damage a target system or information.
Application attacks are an attempt to exploit vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access to data or systems.
IP theft is the unauthorized access and theft of a company's intellectual property, such as trade secrets, ideas, and research, through cyber attacks.
An insider threat comes from within; such as an employee or contractor, who has access to sensitive data and systems and intentionally or unintentionally causes harm.
Third party risk is the potential for harm to your systems that comes from working with external parties who have access to your sensitive information.
Accidental exposure refers to the unintended disclosure of sensitive or confidential information, typically through a lack of awareness.