INCIDENT RESPONSE MATURITY ASSESSMENT
Few organisations really understand their ‘state of readiness’ to respond to a cybersecurity incident particularly a severe cybersecurity attack, and are typically not well prepared in terms of:
People – Assigning an incident response team or individual; providing sufficient technical skills; enabling decisions to be taken quickly; and gaining access to critical third parties.
Processes – Knowing what to do, how to do it and when to do it. This includes identifying cyber security incidents, investigating situations, taking appropriate actions (e.g. contain the incident and eradicate cause), and recovering critical systems, data and connectivity.
Technology – Knowing data and network topology, determining where Internet touch-points are and creating / storing appropriate event logs.
With the level of sophistication and targeted nature of modern day security breaches, knowing your incident response maturity is vital. Today’s world demands that your organisation has to be prepared for a cyber-breach at any time. The need to respond fast and effectively in the event of a real or suspected data breach is essential to the survival of your company.
Nettitude’s Incident Response Maturity Assessment will provide valuable insight into your capability in the previously described domains. Part of the assessment includes the benchmarking of your current capability against a robust Incident Response capability framework.
Analysis of the results will provide a roadmap towards improvement.The assessment will also include a review of your existing logging capability and make recommendations on how to enhance your logging capabilities in order to maximise the capability of any SIEM or SOC solutions that you have in place.
As a security consultancy and solution provider, data security is at the heart of what we do.
Nettitude will look to present a holistic set of recommendations and remediation advice and guidance for moving forward. This will be detailed in the form of a roadmap document, enabling the organisation to prioritise any remediation tasks and work required. Nettitude is always keen to debrief these reports and will always provide clear guidance around the suggested actions. As well as the technical detail and recommendations Nettitude will provide strong guidance around the overall risk and processes to manage the threats that exist in today’s modern cyber-environment.
All findings will also be presented back to the customer in the form of a strategy debrief. This allows senior management to understand why security should be a focus, for the organisation, what they are currently doing, where their vulnerabilities currently lie and how they may be targeted and which controls they should focus on as part of their forthcoming cyber strategy.
Strong technical services
Our consultants are not simply auditors but all have a strong background in networking, technology and solutions. We are security evangelists who believe passionately in what we do. We work hard to deliver solutions and best practice guidance to help our clients meet their needs. We seek to develop close working relationships with our clients in order to tailor all of our services to your needs, timescales and requirements.
Risk reduction and management
Pragmatic, manageable solutions
Frequently Asked Questions about Data Privacy Security
What is an incident response policy?
An Incident response plan or policy is a process you create before you experience a cyberattack. This is so that your team has a procedure to follow when you do experience a data breach. Nettitude follows the CREST Cybersecurity Incident Response process which is broken down into 3 phases: preparation, response, and follow up. Having a breach plan gives you the confidence to quickly nullify any threat to your data privacy security.
Why is data privacy security important?
Although it has always been important, the implications and need for higher security are coming into play now that technology is indispensable to everyday life. Using apps, browsing websites, and shopping online are all examples of how your data will be stored and managed online. For organisations today, the threat of cyber theft is a pertinent one. Having comprehensive data privacy plans in place can reduce and mitigate the risks of such events.
Does Nettitude practice sustainability?
As a company with a global footprint, sustainability is an area of importance to us. We are a registered ‘Investor in People’ organisation. Taking a cue from ISO 14001, we have strong sustainability practices put in place. Our organisation also hires fairly and equally, across gender and race. By working with us, you can rest assured that we implement data privacy security measures with ethics at the core of our mission.
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