2 December 2020
Cyber crisis is not only an “IT issue”, it impacts the entire organization. By engaging all stakeholders, you get buy-in, improve decision making and readiness.
$2.46 million* can be saved by oganizations if they have incident response (IR) capabilities and extensive testing of their response plans.
Many people in the organization are involved when it comes to cyber crisis management.The board, the CISO or the operational experts each have a role to play in the preparation of a crisis, whether it is strategic, economic or operational.
*Source: Ponemon Institute – Cost of a Data Breach Report - 2021Learn how we can support you on Log4j vulnerability
We address the cyber crisis in its temporality: before, during and after. Also in its multi-dimensional aspect: business, processes, tools and human expertise.
The objective: bring cybersecurity and business closer together at every stage of the crisis
Protecting the organization from risks, costs, and damage resulting from an incident—and strengthen the organization’s defenses for the future. We can help to:
Responding to the different stages of the crisis from both technical and operational aspects and reduce its impact. We can help you to:
Restoring operations, rebuild if needed, and identify the right actions to sustainably strengthen the resilience of your organization. We can help you to:
Comprehensive guidance before, during and after a cyber crisis.
We are listed by Gartner as Representative Vendor for Digital Forensics and Incident Response services.
Frequency and variety of cyber crisis resolution: size, verticals, maturity levels…
Unique threat intelligence via 500+ private & public sources to help you anticipate and make good decisions
From Research to Cyber-security experts (CSIRT, forensics) & Consulting experts (business advisory, legal, communications…)
268 Engagements in 2021
23 Dedicated Digital Forensics and Incidence Reponse experts (DFIR)
90 Additional DFIR resources