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Expert 24/7 assistance if and when you need it

When an organisation is affected by a cyber security breach, a clear understanding of the situation is needed to take control and avoid panic measures that could inflame the situation.

Redscan’s CREST-accredited Cyber Incident Response service is designed to help businesses manage critical security events. Our experienced Cyber Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) is skilled at mitigating the damaging effects of cyber-attacks, investigating how they occurred and providing swift, clear remediation advice.


Cyber Incident Response service features

No business is immune to cyber incidents. Get the support your organisation needs to minimise the risk of breaches but also to respond swiftly and effectively if and when they do occur.

24/7 support and assistance

Should the worst happen, our experienced cyber incident responders are on hand to help minimise potential damage and disruption.

Forensic investigation

We utilise the latest digital forensic techniques to analyse the kill chain of attacks and identify whether systems and data have been compromised.

Detailed incident reporting

Our experts can help to communicate the effects of a breach to stakeholders and recommend short and long-term actions to ensure attacks don’t happen again.

Help implementing security policy

Our CREST CSIR specialists can help you to build and implement a robust incident response plan as well as conduct table-top exercises, such as Scenario-based Assessments and Red Team Operations, to test it.

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The support to handle security incidents, whatever the scale

Redscan’s CREST CSIR-qualified security professionals have the expertise to investigate cyber incidents of all types – from low-level IT security events to highly targeted attacks.

Utilising the latest digital forensics, we investigate how breaches occurred and unravel attacker movements to identify the true extent of attacks. To help restore operations quickly and effectively, we offer actionable remediation advice and on-site support.


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Why choose Redscan?

  • A leading UK-based MDR company
  • Red and blue team CREST CSOC expertise
  • High-quality intelligence and actionable outcomes
  • Quick and hassle-free service deployment
  • An agnostic approach to technology selection
  • Avg. >9/10 customer satisfaction, 95% retention rate

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28th September 2020
Redscan services now available via G-Cloud 12
To help public sector organisations reduce cyber security risk, Redscan's MDR and penetration testing services are now available on G-Cloud 12, the latest iteration of the UK government's digital marketplace, which went live today.  Read more
25th September 2020
Zerologon now being exploited in the wild
Microsoft has warned that attackers are now actively exploiting ‘Zerologon’, a critical vulnerability in the Windows Server Netlogon authentication process. Read Redscan’s Security Advisory to learn how to protect your organisation.
22nd September 2020
Educational institutions warned of spike in ransomware attacks
The National Cyber Security Centre has warned of a recent rise in ransomware attacks on educational institutions. In some cases, hackers have demanded a large Bitcoin ransom as well as threatening to expose the stolen data of students if this isn’t paid.
15th September 2020
Significant number of remote workers use own devices to access company data
A global survey of over 13,000 remote workers has found that 39% of them use their own devices to access data belonging to their employer, often via services and applications hosted in the cloud. Many of the personal devices used to do this were identified as being less secure than corporate devices.