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Few things are more important in today’s rapidly evolving technology landscape than the right security strategy. Companies need not only the right tools in place to minimise and mitigate attacks, but also a robust plan for responding to possible disruptions and breaches.
Incident response vendors are leading technology companies capable of helping companies recover from unexpected security issues. The best companies can help to track the source of a problem or threat, and assist business leaders in recovering lost assets. Incident response tools can also help with remediation, removing damaged files and threats from an ecosystem.
Here are just some of the top incident response vendors currently delivering services to today’s business leaders.
A market leader in cyber security, Cynet helps lean security teams to access powerful, end-to-end tools for reducing and managing threats. The company offers a huge portfolio of software solutions to businesses of all sizes, including automatic threat detection tools. The Cynet Incident Response portfolio also includes access to 24/7 MDR services. This means business leaders can leverage the assistance of an outsourced team to hunt for and respond to threats in real-time.
Cynet’s easy-to-use ecosystem and robust automations simplify threat discover and reduce manual investigation times. The company also offers one of the widest selections of remediation actions on the market for the removal of all kinds of threats.
The SHQ “Response Platform” is a comprehensive incident management and analytics environment, where businesses can get to the bottom of potential attacks and threats. SecurityHQ has a strong reputation as one of the top managed security service providers worldwide, with an analytics platform powered by leading tools like IBM QRadar.
With SecurityHQ, business leaders gain access to a clean and easy-to-follow dashboard where they can track incidents in real-time, and examine potential attacks detected over a set period. The dashboard can automatically calculate the threat level of an attack on your behalf, to help guide you towards the issues you need to give the most attention to. There’s also a team of security analysts available to help you with any complicated problems too.
A well-known company in the communications and business security landscape, Verizon offers dedicated incident response services to all kinds of companies. The company provides access to a rapid response retainer to help organisations mitigate risk, augment their cybersecurity personnel, and keep costs low. There’s also an incident response planning system, and a platform for diving into the data behind cyber attacks and breaches.
Where Verizon really shines is in its ability to deliver expertise and analyst services to companies who don’t have their own cyber security team. You can gain post incident response from a team of global experts, to help define the extent of a breach, and reduce disruption.
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