• Cyber Resilience Services

Cyber Resilience Services

Cyber resilience is the ability to withstand the ramifications of a significant operational disruption resulting from a cyber intrusion or attack, while continuing the operation of essential processes and services, and rapidly recovering business activities to an acceptable level.

Incident Response Planning | It is essential to prepare a multi-disciplinary response to a cyberattack, including procedures for business operations, corporate communications, HR, Legal and ICT. Create ‘playbooks’ for different scenarios.

Post incident assistance | Post-incident assistance offers a detailed retrospective that allows you to carefully understand each part of an incident from start to finish. It is one step in the incident response process that requires a cross-functional effort from all individuals and technologies connected to the incident to truly understand the root cause and full scope of the attack. Use our expertise to assess all the processes and people that were impacted by the attack so that it never happens again and get your organisation up and running again as soon as possible.

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning | Every organisation should have a comprehensive BCP/DRP in place in order to ensure the sustained viability of the organisation when unforeseen emergencies occur.

Social Engineering  | The most common cyberattack consists of hackers deceiving your employees in order to obtain confidential information. Social Engineering attacks such as phishing are becoming more sophisticated and targeted, but technology alone is not enough toadequately protect yourself against such attacks. Training your employees is therefore crucial so that they can recognise social engineering attacks and respond appropriately.

Vulnerability Assessment | By identifying weak links in the applications and infrastructure, you can find misconfigured and out of date systems which could allow an attacker to gain privileges. We examine vulnerabilities of components that are usually not tested (Printers, Switches, Storage systems, DVR systems) as well as common systems (web applications, mail, file systems and servers).

Penetration Testing | Penetration testing by experienced ethical hackers is the best method to get a good and independent view on the actual defence state of your IT infrastructure and application landscape security.

Red Teaming | To beat hackers, you must think like them. By simulating sophisticated real-world attacks, your security team will gain essential knowledge on how to defend against the next attack on your organisation. Red Teaming increases the overall cyber resilience of your organisation and provides input for your security roadmap.