Resolve attacks and minimise their impact with rapid incident response
According to government-backed research, a quarter of all UK businesses have experienced one or more cyber security breaches in the last year - a number that continues to grow. To minimise the risk of attacks and limit the vast damage and disruption they can cause, rapid response is vital.
While the immediate disruption caused by breaches can be significant, less visible costs such as reputational damage, loss of competitive advantage, erosion of customer confidence, plus higher insurance premiums and regulatory fines can result in a ninefold increase in the overall cost of a cyber-attack.
As costs rise, cyber security is now a boardroom concern.
Proactive threat monitoring with MDR
Protecting your business against cyber threats is a constant battle. Setting up the capability needed to proactively detect and respond to breaches around-the-clock, however, can be hugely complex and time-consuming. The technology needed to identify the latest advanced threats is costly and qualified security personnel with the knowledge needed to utilise it are in short supply.
ThreatDetect™, our award-winning managed detection and response (MDR) service, helps your business overcome the challenges of day-to-day security monitoring by supplying certified security expertise, leading detection technology and cutting-edge threat intelligence for one cost effective monthly subscription.
Should your organisation suffer a breach and require skilled security experts to conduct remote and/or onsite incident response, Redscan’s CREST accredited cyber incident response team is on hand to help quickly overcome the incident.
Our experienced CSIRT professionals are skilled at investigating cyber-attacks and mitigating their impact. We utilise the latest digital forensics techniques, host-based analysis and reverse engineering to identify, where possible, the source and type of attack, how and to what extent it has propagated, and what systems, data and user accounts have been compromised.
With the Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) implementation deadline fast approaching, the need to detect, respond and report breaches is now greater than ever for all organisations that handle or process any form of personal information.
Organisations that fail to demonstrate appropriate controls, or fail to report a data security breach to a relevant authority within 72 hours, risk significant financial sanctions.