During the aftermath of a breach or other security incident, things can be chaotic. The last thing you want to be doing in the heat of an incident is searching for a Digital Forensics & Incident Response (DFIR) vendor on the fly.
With ransomware threats escalating in volume and intensity year over year, it’s becoming common practice for businesses of all sizes to prepare for attacks by seeking out a security partner. Should a compromise occur, the DFIR firm springs to action to swiftly contain the incident and restore systems. Partnering with a DFIR firm minimizes the detriment and overall impact of attacks on organizations.
With a DFIR partner in place, companies demonstrate to their cyber insurance brokers that they are taking proactive steps with their cyber security strategy. In turn, they greatly lower their risk profile and reduce premiums.
In the event an incident occurs, it is important to be ready to react swiftly. It is also important to forensically preserve data crucial to the investigation and reporting phase. Often, a written report summarizing the facts around the incident is required by cyber insurance, lawyers, regulatory enforcement agencies, and other stakeholders to understand the compromise, what data was affected, and recommendations for strategically moving forward.
Our team goes to work quickly, working with you to identify, contain, eradicate, and recover from the incident while communicating with you and your stakeholders every step of the way.
With TCDI as your Digital Forensics & Incident Response partner, you are better prepared to successfully mitigate threats and always have a team of experts armed with industry-leading experience to respond to and mitigate even the most sophisticated of cyberattacks.
To learn more about our process for removing threat actors, check out the article: Has your business been hit by ransomware?
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