Cyber Security Incident Response
Take immediate action and follow the correct steps customised by a CISO expert
Why pay tens of thousands for a CISO when all you are left with is a paper-based plan and a tick in the box. Plan4Continuity offers the best of both worlds at a fraction of the cost – a complete cybersecurity incident response plan, customised and set up by our team of certified cybersecurity experts (CISOs) to ensure a rapid response and the protection of your sensitive data.
The Plan4Continuity software platform is pre-loaded with your organisation’s cybersecurity incident response plans. When activated by simply pushing a button, the system automates and streamlines the flow from selecting the type of incident (for example, data breach, improper usage, ransomware attack, malware outbreak, phishing attack etc.) to activating the correct sub-plans and workflows, while select staff and stakeholders are informed via text or email which actions to take.
Select an automated workflow based on the type of cyber incident
Cyber Security Incident
To respond successfully to a computer security incident, an organization should have a robust cyber security incident response plan. This plan should be automated to save time and must outline the process flow and the necessary steps to respond quickly to an incident
Ransomware is malicious software that encrypts your files rendering them inaccessible and then demands payment to release them. Your best defence is a complete incident response plan as without it, an attack can bring your operations to a grinding halt and risk your critical information.
With the data collected from your risk evaluation and identifying your business-critical assets, you can now create and revise an automated DRaaS plan tailored to your specific business needs.
Frequently test and update your organizations DRaaS plan to keep up with the ever-evolving threats and business needs. IT quarterly checks and dashboards support an improved understanding of risks and fine-tuning of DRaaS plans.
Like other types of malware, attackers deploy a virus to damage or take control of a computer. The malicious software usually piggybacks on legitimate applications to access the system and spread and reproduce itself with results ranging from mildly annoying to disastrous.