Imagine being woken up in the middle of the night by the dreaded call that your organisation’s network has been hacked?
All of your critical data has been compromised.
Customer data including their credit card details; have been stolen.
The virus is spreading so fast it could engulf your entire network in a matter of minutes.
What would you do?
For a start, I hope your first thought will be to put the caller on hold and place a call to 020 8798 0579 where we are waiting on the other end to help you.
Assuming you took the most logical step and called us, what will we do?
- We will offer you advice on the requisite steps for stopping hacking in its track to prevent further damage to your infrastructure.
- Get on the phone with your system administrator to instruct him/her on steps for isolating the attack
- Rush to your premises to help neutralise the attackers
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Once we have the situation under control, we will endeavour to get your system back up and running as quickly as possible to reduce further loss of productivity and erosion of profit.
After preserving evidence necessary for legal purposes, we will commence post-mortem to ascertain the loop hole through which the attackers were able to access the network. This step is very essential for identifying system vulnerabilities and instituting countermeasures to prevent future attacks.
What if we could prevent your network from being attacked in the first instance? Why would you want to wait until your network is attacked before instituting countermeasures?
It’s like waiting for the patient to die before calling the priest.
Remember the saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”?
Why wouldn’t you let us help you put in place defensive measures that will make your network unattractive to potential attackers?
I am pretty sure you are aware of the ‘Broken glass’ theory that states that visible signs of unaddressed crime encourage further criminality.
Closely associated with the ‘Broken glass’ theory is a principle of ‘Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED)’. CPTED states that the design of buildings has an impact on perceptions of safety and security, as well as actual opportunities for crime.
The design of your cyber security infrastructure and defensive countermeasures will determine the likelihood of your organization suffering a cyber-attack.
To help you strengthen your network infrastructure to make it unattractive to prospective attackers, we can provide you the following solutions:
- Penetration test of your network to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by hackers
- Conduct cyber security audit to assess compliance to legal requirements
- Develop incident response plan to highlight the critical actions to be taken in the event of a cyber attack
- Develop business continuity plan that highlights steps for resuming operations in the aftermath of a cyber attack
- Conduct cyber security awareness training to prevent hacking using social engineering tactics to trick your employees into divulging sensitive information
- Help you plan, configure, deploy, and secure your cloud migration
- Provide computer forensic investigation help
Years ago, the security department was held responsible for the security of an organisation. Senior executives could claim they were unaware of threats directed at their organisations.