Strengthen your readiness and response to security attacks and incidents
The ability to respond effectively to data breaches is critical to every organization. When attacks occur, IT leaders need a process that will ultimately maintain business continuity, protect the company reputation, and avoid fines, legal fees, and remediation costs.
Aspire offers incident response services to help you prepare for, manage, and recover from data breaches and network attacks. An experienced team uses industry-leading threat intelligence and the most current security technology to quickly respond to attacks, reduce damage, and minimize exposure.
A flexible retainer-based approach offers proactive defense services such as assessments, threat hunting, and tabletop exercises to help stay ahead of threats. In the event of a breach and emergency assistance is required, incident responders are mobilized within hours to travel onsite.
Incident response services strengthen your readiness and response to attacks. Here’s what you get:
For incidents such as data breaches or ransomware, security specialists quickly address the most pressing concerns. Incident responders will build a plan to identify the attacker, scope and contain the situation, identify the root cause, and design strategies to remedy the underlying issues.
With your retainer, proactive services like assessments and tabletop exercises are available even before an incident, to strengthen your security posture. If you do require emergency assistance, responders are available within hours to begin work virtually before traveling onsite.
Proactive threat hunting
Don’t wait for an incident to occur to act. Identify vulnerabilities before they impact your organization. Responders will work with your team to hunt for and address existing adversaries in your network.
Let Aspire build and strengthen your organization’s incident response plan. Schedule a free consultation today.
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