As the threat landscape continues to evolve, it’s more important than ever for organizations to have a plan for incident response. Cyberattacks targeting businesses are
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Partner with the highest caliber talent in cybersecurity for your needs. Our veteran-led force provides expert Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) alongside comprehensive restoration and recovery services.
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Full-Spectrum Recovery Services
We offer a full suite of services, including threat hunting, forensics, threat actor negotiations, and complete business recovery – a one-stop-shop, eliminating the need to split claims between vendors.
On-Site and Remote Recovery
We provide both on-site and remote recovery. On-site presence, if necessary, ensures faster recovery and optimal client collaboration, addressing issues that may not be handled effectively remotely.
Nation-State-Level Cybersecurity Expertise
Over 65% of our experts are former nation-state-level cyberwarriors, offering unmatched expertise. Gain strategic insights for complex cases and confidence in unpredictable situations, ensuring resilience against sophisticated incidents.
Cyber Insurance Whitepaper
The cyber insurance industry faces significant challenges despite the increasing demand for coverage. One major obstacle is the rising cost of cyber insurance claims.
Incident response costs, including recovery costs, legal fees, forensic investigations, and public relations efforts, have escalated as a result. This has made it difficult for insurers to accurately assess and price cyber-risk, resulting in higher premiums, higher deductibles, coverage erosion and lower over-limits for policyholders. According to a report by Willis Towers Watson, cyber liability claims surged by 75% in 2022 compared to the previous year⁴.
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As cyber attacks continue to rise, more companies are investing in cybersecurity, with global spending on security-related hardware, software, and services expected to exceed $151 billion by 2023. A key component of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy is an incident response plan.