Incident Response Remediation

You’ve discovered a data breach and you’ve stopped the attack from progressing. Now what? Incident Response Remediation includes creating a cyber incident response plan for solving the root issues and implementing solutions—so you can get your operations back on track.

Every moment counts when responding to a breach. Make sure your incident response team can also handle your remediation needs.

Not all cybersecurity firms take a full-service approach to their incident response deployments, but we believe it’s essential. After all, what good is identifying the scope of a breach if you can’t begin fixing the core problems immediately?

At Intersec, we do so much more than compiling incident response and forensics reports—the stage where our competitors’ capabilities end. We are one of the few cybersecurity firms with the ability and expertise to implement effective remediation services for our clients. We take action on your behalf to defeat the threat and fix the vulnerabilities that left you exposed in the first place.

Features of Intersec’s Incident Response Remediation

Once the incident response team has identified the scope of the breach and stopped the immediate hemorrhaging of your sensitive data, remediation planning becomes the focus.

Step 1: Threat Eradication

Powered by the industry’s most reliable experts and most advanced technologies, the Incident Response Team eliminates the attacker’s presence, blocks access, and closes all attack vectors – once and for all.

Step 2: Updates and Repairs

Security controls are updated with repairs, replacements, or augmentation to ensure the environment is secure while final remediation plans are developed. Each action is documented, so you know exactly what occurred and how it was fixed.

Step 3: Sustained Security

Using detailed incident reports and gap analyses that are developed during the initial response, proactive security plans are developed. New processes and tools are implemented to improve the security of your perimeter, internal network, internal hosts, applications, and data.