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Overview

Identify and address breaches before they damage your business

According to government-backed research, a third 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 the damage and disruption they can cause, rapid response is vital.

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Rising costs

Data breaches are increasingly costly

While the immediate disruption caused by data breaches can be significant, less visible costs such as reputational damage, loss of competitive advantage, plus higher insurance premiums and regulatory fines, can result in a ninefold increase in the overall cost of attacks.

$3.9 million – the average cost of a data breach
Ponemon Institute, 2019 Cost of Data Breach Study

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The benefits of Managed Detection and Response

Obtaining the capability needed to proactively detect and respond to data breaches around-the-clock can be hugely complex and time-consuming. The technology required to identify the latest advanced threats is costly and qualified security personnel with the knowledge needed to utilise it are in short supply.

ThreatDetect™, Redscan’s award-winning Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service, helps your organisation overcome the challenges of day-to-day security monitoring, supplying certified security experts, leading detection technologies and cutting-edge threat intelligence for one cost-effective subscription.

ThreatDetect provides the detailed and actionable remediation guidance needed to shut down threats before they can cause significant financial and reputational damage

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Rapid response

Incident response on-demand

In the event of your organisation experiencing a breach, Redscan’s CREST-accredited cyber incident response team can be called upon to help investigate and respond to the incident.

Our experienced Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) professionals are skilled at investigating cyber-attacks and mitigating their adverse effects. We utilise the latest digital forensic techniques to identify, where possible, the source and type of attack, how and to what extent it has propagated, and which systems, data and user accounts have been compromised.

Compliance

The implications of the GDPR

Following the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the need to detect, respond to and report data breaches is now greater than ever for all organisations that process any form of personal information.

Organisations that fail to demonstrate appropriate controls and/or fail to report a data security breach to a relevant authority within 72 hours risk significant financial penalties.

Read our GDPR compliance guide

Challenges

Other security challenges

Our Services

Our award-winning services

Redscan’s security services are designed to provide the vital assistance needed to make tangible improvements to your organisation’s cyber security posture.

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Managed Detection and Response

Award-winning support to rapidly detect and respond to the latest threats 24/7

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Assessment Services

Specialist engagements to uncover and address hidden cyber security risks

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13th July 2020
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An analysis of over a billion breached credentials has revealed that one in every 142 people uses the password '123456', increasing their vulnerability to hackers.

7th July 2020
Significant rise in volume and size of fines for data breaches predicted
A new study has suggested that the number and value of fines for data breaches will increase dramatically between now and 2025. This is thought to be because employees have access to more data than ever before.
26th June 2020
One million phishing scams reported to NCSC in just two months
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has received one million reports of scam emails since launching its new reporting service in April. More than half of online scams reported were fake cryptocurrency investment lures.