Incident Response Advisory Services

Prepare for and resolve security incidents quickly and effectively to minimize your business impact

Any organization using information technology is a target for data theft, ransomware, denial of service attacks, and other nefarious attacks – no one is immune. For companies holding customer-sensitive information, federally or state-protected information, personal health information, or even trade secret information, developing an effective incident response plan is crucial.

Coalfire’s comprehensive Incident Response Services help organizations prepare for cyber incidents before they happen.

Experience addressing cyberattacks

Coalfire has nearly two decades of experience analyzing multiple types of cyberattacks, including:

  • Insider threats: The activities of former and current employees, contractors, or business associates who have inside information on the organization
  • Financial crime: Securities, credit card, and banking fraud at stock markets, payment organizations, and financial institutions
  • State-sponsored attacks: The crimes of trade secrets and other sensitive data across a wide range of industries
  • Destructive attacks: Attacks intended to cause the victim organization pain by making information or systems unrecoverable
  • Protected Health Information (PHI): Exposure of protected health care information
  • Prvacy Data and Personally Identifiable Information (PII): Exposure of information used to uniquely identify individuals

Our Offerings

Our team provides a broad set of Incident Response Services:

our tailored approach helps clients respond to and recover from an incident, while managing regulatory requirements and reputational damage

 

Specific Readiness Services include:

  • On-site or remote requirements analysis: Interview key stakeholders to assess the operational environment and determine any special requirements
  • Incident response plan development: Prepare for and respond to cybersecurity attacks more efficiently with a proven response plan
  • Annual or semi-annual status review and refresh: Review and identify any changes needing modification with the in-place incident response plan
  • Tabletop exercise: Hold a two-hour roleplaying session of likely attack scenarios and discuss the actions to be taken as part of the response plan