Every day we go out not concerned about all the terrible things that can happen. We get in our cars and we don't think about car crash fatalities, drunk drivers, mechanical failures. But we know what to do if something bad happens, we know who to call in the event of an accident because somebody put in place procedures and emergency services that will respond.
Cybersecurity is not all that different. We operate with best practices in place, but we don't spend our days obsessing about what we'll do in case of a successful cyberattack. The problem is that statistics aren't on our side, and successful cyberattacks happen more often than the public knows.
So, when a successful attack does happen, what then? You need an incident response that is a part of your business continuity plan, and you need an internal cyber force to make that happen. Or you call Infigo IS.
We have witnessed the aftermath of thousands of cyberattacks and have procedures and playbooks for every emergency. We help organizations in that critical time to be as efficient as possible and to minimize damage.
Find out more about Incident Response in the brochure.
In addition to using all the tools in the trade, Infigo IS uses the power of big data to leverage ever-increasing volume and variety of data in everyday life. Being Splunk partners for more than a decade, we have the knowledge and means to use the almost unlimited power of data ingestion to get as much data as we need and correlate it to optimize the forensic process. Not only does it give us incredible power to find out what others would miss, but it also gives us numerous visualization that we can use to present the findings to our clients in a clear and engaging way.
When you detect a security incident, every second is of utmost importance. The sooner you react, the sooner you will be able to do damage control and protect your system better. There is also a question of taking the right step – for example, many would have a knee jerk reaction to shutdown workstations to keep them secure. But in the process, you are destroying the evidence for memory forensics; when you power down, or reset, a computer, it wipes the RAM (Random Access Memory) that could have important clues. Fileless malware is a type of malicious software that exists only in computer memory without writing any activity to the computer's more permanent storage, and because of its stealthy operations it has gained traction in attacks against enterprise networks.
Steps dealing with successful cyberattacks can be in place in an organization's business continuity plan, but it isn't a rule. So, the moment you discover a problem in your system, call us, the experts, because our experience and procedures can help you contain the problem.