Cyber-attacks against businesses continue to make headlines on a daily basis, in many cases causing widespread disruption and reputational damage to all those involved.
In the unfortunate event of a security breach, your initial response and containment can ultimately impact on your overall recovery success. Our specialists can help define those procedures and also be there to help with the recovery process, in the unfortunate circumstances when a breach has occurred.
Whether you have an internal IT Team, external IT support services or no experience of how to handle a cyber incident, we can support you throughout the recovery of your business. We can deploy resources and equipment to your premises including: data recovery software, drive duplicators, forensic acquisition technologies, network forensics, and a mobile rack solution that can tactically operate your critical business systems whilst recovery works are underway, thereby minimising downtime and expensive infrastructure outlays.
Our award winning CyberSOS Incident Response Service is designed to take as much of that pain away as possible and help your business recover to an agreed recovery point as quickly as possible. Whether you have an internal IT Team, external IT support services or no experience of how to handle a cyber incident, we can support you throughout your recovery.
Once a business has recovered from a Cyber-attack, at the back of everyone’s mind is ‘why us?’ and ‘how did that happen?’. Our digital investigation service will aim to answer those questions by analysing all available evidence and determining who was responsible for the attack, what assets were compromised, how the attack was successful, why the attack was successful and why you as a business may have been targeted.
All of our investigators are trained in digital forensics and will routinely recover evidence in accordance with ACPO Forensic Guidelines. When specified by the client, our investigators will ensure that the entire investigation is carried out in a forensic manner, ensuring that all artefacts can be submitted as evidence to a Court of Law or employee tribunal.
Smartphones are increasingly more prevalent in businesses due to advances in technologies. Today, smart devices can hold more data, have increased performance, and improved communications capabilities. Our mobile forensics service can extract a range of information and all artefacts can be submitted as evidence to a Court of Law or employee tribunal.