INCIDENT RESPONSE SERVICE
Our Incident Response Service is designed to mitigate security incidents swiftly and effectively, 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. The service helps you contain the threat, minimise financial and reputational loss, and reduce downtime to keep your business up and running.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Recover from a breach with speed and precision is where the specialists of NOXXR are trained for. NOXXR Incident Response services deliver a modern approach to rapid response and recovery from today’s widespread security incidents, incorporating the seven key ingredients of IR efficacy to help breach victims get back to business faster and avoid future attacks:
· Immediate threat visibility
· Active threat containment
· Accelerated forensic analysis
· Real-time response and recovery
· Enterprise remediation
· Threat hunting and monitoring
· Prevent Managed Detection and Response (PMDR)
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS ?
SPEED AND EFFICACY
Our skills and experience, combined with proven methodology and technology, allow the team to Investigate and respond to an Ransomware Attack and Advanced Percistence Threats by containing incidents faster and more efficiently. The result: fewer hours incurred, less business interruption and lower costs to you.
The IR team is supported throughout the response by our Cyber Defense Center. This team supports IR specialists identify adversaries and will be monitoring your IT environment during Incident Response. This enables the IR team to quickly and efficiently contain the incident.
NOXXR partners with you to develop a plan that takes into consideration your operational needs, as well as existing investments and resources, ensuring a thorough investigation and a customized remediation action plan.
TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGY
The same Prevent Manage Detect & Respons endpoint technology, cyber threat intelligence and proactive managed hunting services used in the IR investigation can be available to you in the future, ensuring that you can both improve your security posture and stop future breaches.