Incident Response Services
Incident response plan and processes
Information Security Incidents are inevitable and although they differ in severity, most (if not all) requires some degree of response, even if the response is automated in the case of low severity incidents.
Severe incidents require a human lead response across multiple levels and business functions in the organisation to ensure its ongoing function. The resiliency of the organisation in the event of a serious security incident or breach, will depend on the effectiveness and maturity of its incident response plan and processes. Organisations of all sizes must think about security and incident response in fundamentally different ways than they did 10 years ago.
At Ntrust Advisory, we believe in the concept of “Continuous Response” and we assist organisations in maturing their Incident Response programs from a reactive to a continuous one.
Many organisations do not know their readiness to respond to an information security incident in an appropriate and practical manner. Ntrust Advisory’s Incident Response Readiness Assessment assists organisations in assessing the maturity of its Incident Response capability.
Building Capacity and Capability
Planning for an incident or breach event enables an organisation to build its capacity and capability to respond to the inevitable. Skilled people, repeatable processes and effective technologies all support a mature Incident Response process and needs to be considered when planning and building an Incident Respond capability.
Incident Response Lifestyle Framework
We take a risk-based approach to your Incident Response capability development, as understanding the risks posed to your information assets by various threat actors is key in developing a pragmatic Incident Response plan. The development of policies and playbooks, coupled with the continuous improvement of these, are some of the crucial aspects of Incident Response plan development that we can deliver to organisations through our Incident Response Lifecycle Framework.