Incident Response Program
HolistiCyber’s Response Program Helps Manage and Respond to an Attack in a Real Time, Cost-Effectively and Efficiently
Incident response program:
We provide an annual program that assists you in responding to a cyber incident. Our experts help identify an attack in real time and will:
Assist your existing response forces uncover the modus operandi of a cyber incident when an incident occurs;
Reveal the entry points of the extortion;
Reveal the essential components of the cyber kill chain across the pre-state evolution of this incident, and additional extortion developments;
Provide you practical and feasible recommendations on how to break (disconnect / deceive / manipulate / distract / dilute) the accessibility of the threat actor and all related threat agents;
Recommend how to improve your security controls, counter measures and implementation of safeguards.
If you were recently attacked or you are under attack. we can help with ad-hoc response teams. We can help you understand and reveal the entry points of this attack, and the essential components of the cyber kill chain across the pre-state evolution of this incident, as well as additional extortion developments. We also provide practical and feasible recommendations how to break (disconnect / deceive / manipulate / distract / dilute) the accessibility of the threat actor and all related threat agents, and recommend how to improve your security controls, counter measures and implementation of safeguards.
HolistiCyber’s Forensic Incident Management (FIM) Services provide complete end-to-end service, starting with the immediate response to an incident, continuing with the acquisition of the forensic data, and concluding with the overall forensic investigation of a security incident.
After, and even sometimes during a cyber-attack, a more technical and deeper analysis of the attack and the weapons used is needed. That’s where HolistiCyber comes in, to identify the attack process, as well as the malicious entity behind the attack, the type of attack, entry points (infiltration), and result of the attack.