Effective Incident Response requires an understanding of how people, processes and technology align in responding to a specific crisis.
Today’s cyber crisis has become an all-encompassing company-wide problem. Whether it’s crippling infrastructure, a data breach or compromising customers, a cyber security incident now leads to falls in share prices and legal and compliance issues that impact organisations at the highest level.
Data breaches and attacks cost organisations time, money, customers, and reputation. Effective Incident Response minimises these impacts.
Sapphire has partnered with Check Point to deliver Incident Response Services when you need them most.
Contact our security experts today if you require a Cyber Incident Response team to resolve cyber incidents or prevent a future cyber-attack.
Having a thorough understanding of customers’ business optimises Incident Response. Sapphire creates a set of strategic assets in advance, including a Readiness Review and Forensic Guidelines to achieve this.
The Check Point team of experienced crisis responders means customers have access to deep expertise to mitigate further damage.
Call Sapphire’s Incident Response Team on: 0845 58 27 247
In partnership with Check Point, Sapphire offers a combined Incident Response Service, ensuring you have everything you need should an incident occur.
“Having personally worked with the team at Sapphire for over 10 years, they have always maintained an outstanding level of knowledge, within both business and technical teams where they hold the highest level of certification. The community they have built is a testament to the relationship and trust they have with their clients”.
An Incident Response Plan is a detailed set of documented procedures that break down the steps to be taken in every phase of incident response. It contains all the guidelines for roles and responsibilities during a security incident, including communication plans and ownership of actions. Ideally, an Incident Response Plan should be written in clear language, and all terms should be well-defined.
By definition, an Incident Response Team refers to the personnel responsible for implementing an organisation’s IRP. Essentially, Incident Response Teams are mandated to prevent, manage and respond to any breaches or attacks. This extends to researching threats, developing and updating effective IRPs, and educating on relevant cybersecurity best practices.
Incident response services can supplement an in-house incident response team. The advantage of employing an incident response service is that it usually provides a significantly higher level of cybersecurity expertise with 24×7 response times.
Contact a member of our team today.