Digital crime is increasing at a rapid pace and becoming increasingly sophisticated. Cyber attackers can do a lot more than simply steal data, it’s far more common for them to take down servers, wreak havoc on your network and get access to sensitive information and systems.
Digital crime is increasing at a rapid pace and becoming increasingly sophisticated. Cyber attackers can do a lot more than simply steal data, it’s far more common for them to take down servers, wreak havoc on your network and get access to sensitive information and systems. What makes it all the more frightening is that a data breach can occur even if your business has done nothing wrong. It doesn’t take much to fool some people into thinking that your company is behaving improperly. Cyber crime happens to organizations of all sizes. Even large corporations can have their business assets taken over and ransacked when an individual impersonates their account. If a data breach happens to your business, ProActive Technology is on hand to assist you with incident response efforts.
Getting connected to a real person is the key to establishing a successful incident response. By working with an expert onsite, you can evaluate the severity of the crisis and also establish your priorities for action. And if you’ve already lost an opportunity to protect the organization by not establishing a true incident response plan, our team of professionals can help you ensure you take all necessary measures to mitigate the damage. If an incident lasts longer than three hours, that’s not a good sign. On average, cyber incidents last about 48 hours. Here’s how long they usually last, and how long it should take: By establishing an incident response plan now, you can ensure you have the right support available when a crisis arises.
On average, there’s a data breach and breach exposure occurring every 36 seconds. A survey by The Ponemon Institute found that 78% of executives admitted their companies have suffered from data breaches, and 35% of breaches were attributed to hacking. The median number of days it took for an organization to restore operations following a breach was 24 days. How can you get an incident response team up to speed quickly? In most cases, we can set up a dedicated incident management team in less than 24 hours. We take into consideration every request for help we get, and, if possible, we can move those requests to the top of the queue for expedited response.
Our engineers and managers respond to your business’s emergency incident the same way that we’d respond to an IT incident that occurs in the physical world. When you call us, we send our emergency response experts to your business.
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