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Incident Response -

Today the organization you work for has their network compromised. Consequently, there is a decent amount of valuable information lost. Your IT department has found what has been taken, but doesn’t know what to do next. So what’s your next move?
Do you sit there and hope that whoever took the info just doesn’t use it? If you do not have a computer incident response or forensics team this information might be lost forever and you may never find out who stole it.
There are methods an incident response team or forensics team uses to not only track who breached your systems, but stop it from happening again.

What we offer -

It is essential that every organization is prepared for the worst. So how will you handle the situation? Preparation is key and it involves identifying the start of an incident, how to recover, how to get everything back to normal, and creating established security policies. Other aspects that should be considered when prepping are training and pre-deployed incident handling assets. When training for an incident you should contemplate different types of training your team needs such as OS support, specialized investigative techniques, usage, and corporate environmental procedure requirements.
When looking at your pre-deployed incident handling assets, you want to make sure you have certain tools in place in case of a system breach. This includes monitoring your own sensors, probes, and monitors on critical systems, tracking databases in core systems and completing active audit logs for all server network aspects and components.
The next stage of incident response is identifying the actual incident. The first question you want your team to answer is; is the event an unusual activity or more? Once that answer has been established you are going to want to check out some areas of the affected system. This includes suspicious entries in system or network accounting, excessive login attempts, unexplained new user accounts, unexpected new files, etc. After you have assessed the situation there are six levels of classification when it comes to incidents.
These essential areas of coverage are;
In order to determine the operational status of your infected system and or network, you have three options:
All of these options are viable solutions to contain the issue at the beginning of the incident response and should be determined a.s.a.p. to allow movement to the next stage.
This is the first step in determining what actually happened to your system, computer or network. A systematic review needs to take place on all the bit-stream copies of the drives, external storage, real-time memory, network devices logs, system logs, application logs, and other supporting data. It is very important to keep well-written documentation of everything you do during the investigation, especially since external threats may require law enforcement involvement.
Eradication is the process of actually getting rid of the issue on your computer, system or network. This step should only take place after all external and internal actions are completed. There are two important aspects of eradication which you should keep in mind. The first is cleanup. Cleanup usually consists of running your antivirus software, uninstalling the infected software, rebuilding the OS or replacing the entire hard drive and reconstructing the network.
This is when your company or organization returns to normal. There are two steps to recovery.
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Why choose Us -

To do a Incident Response we compiled a 5-part series about Incident Response Planning to help organizations understand what IRP is, what they should consider when implementing IRP, and how they can leverage IRPs to secure themselves against cyberthreats. Our testers are prominent real-time hackers and are the best in the market to analyze your infrastructure for compromised loopholes must become re-certified as both operational and secure by implementing corporate contingency plans System or network validation.

We make use of business logic and provide security audits and Penetration testing services to identify all possible vulnerabilities from an attackers’ perspective in accordance with OWASP standards. We provide key assistance in overall risk assessment. Our well-trained cybersecurity technocrats can help you determine the vulnerabilities that can be exploited by remote unauthorized attacker hence we can stop the intrusions at an early stage.

Lastly the report shared will not only highlight the current vulnerabilities but will also give recommendations on how to fix them. We will give suggestions for ongoing support for your business-critical applications as security testing is not just a One time thing but an ongoing activity to secure your company IT Infrastructure.

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Start Up

$2000 per Year

Suitable for Startup's ready to launch their web portals

  • In-depth Security Review

  • Penetration Testing for Android Application

  • Penetration Testing for IOS Application

  • One Time Test

  • Customized Test Cases

  • Testing Behind Authentication

  • Testing Beyond WAF/IPS

  • Manual Exploitation

  • OWASP Top 10 Testing

  • WASC 26 Classes Testing

  • Business Logic Vulnerabilities Testing

  • Complete Vulnerability Description

  • Vulnerability Fix Information

  • One Retest

  • PDF reports with screenshots

  • Dashboard, Phone and Email Support

  • Guaranteed Protection

Small Enterprises

$Customized

Suitable For Startup's About To Launch Their Web Portals

  • In-depth Security Review

  • Penetration Testing for Android Application

  • Penetration Testing for IOS Application

  • Two Test Cycles Per Year

  • Customized Test Cases

  • Testing Behind Authentication

  • Testing Beyond WAF/IPS

  • Manual Exploitation

  • OWASP Top 10 Testing

  • WASC 26 Classes Testing

  • Business Logic Vulnerabilities Testing

  • Complete Vulnerability Description

  • Vulnerability Fix Information

  • Retest included

  • PDF reports with screenshots

  • Dashboard, Phone and Email Support

  • Guaranteed Protection

Re-Sellers

$Customized

Suitable for Web Development, Hosting and MSP Companies

  • In-depth Security Review

  • Penetration Testing for Android Application

  • Penetration Testing for IOS Application

  • Multiple Test Cycles Per Year

  • Customized Test Cases

  • Testing Behind Authentication

  • Testing Beyond WAF/IPS

  • Manual Exploitation

  • OWASP Top 10 Testing

  • WASC 26 Classes Testing

  • Business Logic Vulnerabilities Testing

  • Complete Vulnerability Description

  • Vulnerability Fix Information

  • Retest included

  • PDF reports with screenshots

  • Dashboard, Phone and Email Support

  • Guaranteed Protection