Risk mitigation starts with preparation, and that preparation starts with practice. Without the ability to follow a thoughtful, structured incident response protocol, organizations are not mitigating the potential legal exposures, evidentiary issues, costs and ongoing risks to their operations and reputation that arise from a cyber incident.
Once an organization’s systems are compromised, the organization must act simultaneously on several fronts – managing containment and eradication activities, restoration and recovery steps, as well as potential litigation exposure and regulatory compliance considerations. Grant Thornton cyber teams guide organizations through these complexities with experience and perspective.
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Evaluate your environment for the presence of attacker activity.
Conduct executive and operational exercises for cyber incidents to improve your response capabilities for cyber incidents.
Test organizational security controls against threat actor tactics and techniques to assess effectiveness.
Improve your incident response plans, playbooks, reporting, and metrics for an effective incident response program.
Deploy cyber forensics specialists for complete investigations, containment, eradication, privilege protection, crisis management, evidence collection, insurance claims and expert testimony.
Restore systems and perform post-mortem analyses to resume timely business operations and enhance cyber resilience going forward
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