Improve readiness, reduce response time,
and minimise the impact of a security breach.
There is no silver bullet when it comes to cybersecurity. Attacks can still occur despite your best efforts to secure your IT systems. Being fully prepared can be your best defence. Now more than ever, incident response has become just as important as protection and detection. An effective response can make all the difference to the outcome of a serious cybersecurity incident. Having a plan in place can limit damage, improve your recovery time and help safeguard your organisation.
Loop Secure takes the hassle out of incident response by providing your organisation with a ‘playbook’ for dealing with a range of security breaches, such as phishing, denial of service and malware infection. We also provide key stakeholders in your organisation with the appropriate training in the event of an incident, and ensure your team’s current technical capabilities are aligned against the objectives, tasks and responsibilities in your Tactical Cybersecurity Response Plan.
In the event a cyber breach needs in depth forensic investigation, we also offer a retainer service for rapid access to world’s best forensic investigators.
Why trust Loop with
your incident response?
Collectively, Loop Secure has had decades of experience in preparing organisations to respond to incidents quickly, before having to enter complete damage control mode. We have extensive knowledge in threat identification, malware analysis, phishing attempt identification, reverse engineering and more. We teach your staff how to recognise the signs of a potential attack before it happens and how to respond once the breach has occurred. Knowledge = power, and in this case, readiness can mean the difference between business as usual and a complete system takeover.
Our Incident response strategies are tailored to your organisation, so you can be sure that every detail has been considered for the off-chance you experience a breach. Loop operates as an extension of your team, working closely with your organisation during the development process. We do this because we want to ensure that every single element of your tailored incident response playbook is robust and suitable for your organisation and security set up.
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What is a security incident?
A security incident is an attempted or successful unauthorised breach of IT security. It includes the unauthorised access, distribution, consumption or deletion of data, systems or software.
What is incident response when it comes to IT security?
Incident response is a strategic and thoroughly planned approach to dealing with and rectifying a cybersecurity breach. In the case of a malicious attack, the ultimate goal is to deal with the threat quickly, efficiently and in a way that limits the damage caused by the breach.
How should you respond to a security incident?
The exact response to a security incident will depend on the type of breach and the actions articulated in your company’s incident response plan. But generally speaking, you should determine the source, contain the issue, assess the damage, notify all that are affected, begin your recovery process and then generate a plan to prevent this from happening again. One of the most critical aspects of incident response is being able to quickly determine the full extent of the attackers access to and movements within your environment. Until you know the full extent, containing the threat is almost impossible and can lead to more damage.
What is an incident response plan?
An incident response plan is the predetermined approach to dealing with a security incident. It should relay step-by-step instructions on how to deal with specific scenarios. Having an incident response plan ensures that you can stop the breach before it causes immense levels of damage.