Cyber Incident Response Team (CIRT)


Analyze, track, and review results of incident responses regularly, because without a comprehensive understanding of incident trends and patterns, you can be reattacked by the same attack vector

Security incidents are going to happen whether you are prepared for them or not. Ransomware and data breaches are just a few of the threats that organizations must deal with. Making the time to formalize response plans can save you significantly more time and effort down the road.

When a cyber incident strikes, do not waste time deciding how to remediate. Rather, proactively identify your response team, optimize your response procedures, and track metrics, so that you can be prepared to jump to action. Having a formal incident response document to meet compliance requirements is ineffective if no one is adhering to it.

The effective and efficient management of incidents involves a formal process of preparation, detection, analysis, containment, eradication, recovery, and post-incident activities. Analyze, track, and review results of incident responses regularly, because without a comprehensive understanding of incident trends and patterns, you can be reattacked by the same attack vector.

Our globally recognized CIRT is at your service. We will act as the extension of your response arm, and if needed, we will jump on a flight and have boots on the ground assisting you in recovering your business.

Our CIRT will rely on your Cyber Incident Response Plan (CIRP), and if you don’t have one, we will gladly help you achieve that as well prior to an incident of course.

Download our Cyber Incident Response Team (CIRT) RACI Chart to assign the right people with the right responsibilities when responding to a cyber incident.