With 46% of companies reporting cyber attacks or breaches in the last 12 months and a multitude of high-profile examples making the headlines, it’s clear to see such incidents are ever-increasing. It is therefore critical for businesses to create, test, and refine incident response processes in order to be prepared, should they be targeted.
Having plans in place helps to safeguard your money, time and reputation from attacks.
How to prepare
Cyber incidents take a variety of forms, from untargeted ransomware to targeted phishing attacks, so it’s important to plan for a number of scenarios. Each organisation has a unique set of challenges so we will work closely with you to identify what you need to do to be prepared. This could include assessments such as:
- Cyber attack simulation exercise
- Threat profiling
- Reviewing or creating a response and recovery program
- Incident playbooks
- Stress testing your teams
Our incident response retainers
- Initial and ongoing workshops to understand your business, IT infrastructure, and existing incident response policies and procedures, and ensure an effective response.
- On-site and remote response SLAs.
- Multiple escalation channels including a 24/7 emergency communication channel.
- Real-time virtual communication enabled by Microsoft Teams with the Mazars' incident response team to ensure we are an extension of your team, and not just another service provider.
- Crisis preparedness and management support where it is needed, from board-level to first-responder teams.
- Access to our customised incident reporting templates, and a range of other Mazars' resources.
- Unused retainer hours can be used on readiness and cyber security advisory services, to maximise your return on investment.
- Rapid access to a range of additional cyber security services (including penetration testing and threat detection) to inform wider security strategy.
If you have suffered an incident, we offer a full review of your response. This could include understanding the root cause, evaluating the effectiveness of actions taken, and understanding what 'lessons' can be learned.
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