Be prepared for the worst, with Covenco’s Incident Response service
Incident response (IR) refers to a process put in place to prepare, detect, contain, remediate and recover from a security incident.
To be in the best position to survive a cyber attack, you need to have an IR plan in place. Covenco’s IR service will help put together a bespoke IR plan which is best suited to your business needs and will build part of your overall cyber security strategy. We will then test the plan and present recommendations, so that if the worst was to happen you can be ready to bring the situation back under control.
The IR planning process consists of 4 steps: development, testing, preparation, and execution. Please download the datasheet for more information.
Incident Response Service Benefits
Improve overall cyber security and protection against threats
Excellent endpoint visibility
Peace of mind
Strict incident reporting timeframes
Partner with an experienced threat-hunting team to handle security incidents in real-time
Meet compliance requirements for cyber insurance and security frameworks like ISO 27001
Frequently Asked Questions
Incident response (IR) or cyber security incident response refers to a process put in place by an organisation to prepare, detect, contain, remediate, and recover from cyber security incidents and threats.
The NCSC defines a cyber incident as a breach of a system’s security policy in order to affect its integrity or availability and/or the unauthorised access or attempted access to a system or systems; in line with the Computer Misuse Act (1990) (NCSC).
They can include the like of ransomware, phishing, social engineering, DDoS attacks, and insider threats.
The steps included in an IR plan are development, testing, preparation, and execution. Please see the datasheet for a full breakdown.
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