Remora Rapid Incident Response

Cyber security incidents, and the crises that ensue following an incident are complex, with malicious threat actors constantly evolving their tools and techniques to have as much impact as possible, to bring about as much serious damage as possible.

Whether it is a breach of a system's security impacting its integrity or availability and/or the unauthorised access or attempted access to a system or systems from an external threat actor or from a malicious insider, or human error, all cyber incidents must be dealt with as rapidly as possible.

Cyber security incidents are extraordinarily lucrative for cyber criminals who specialise in stealing actual cash, posing as a genuine supplier to convince organisations to send erroneous wire transfers, committing fraud, extorting people, and even encrypting data files and holding it for ransom.

Companies are also targeted by an ever increasing and sophisticated community of cyber criminals who target sensitive data, intellectual property, and personal information of clients, investors, and suppliers resulting in a data breach and the unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure of sensitive, protected, or confidential data.

To safeguard data and finances a successful Incident Response to the attack Remora act quickly, effectively, and comprehensively.

Remora offer a clearly defined response framework with supporting governance, clear ownership, and escalation pathways, enabling a rapid response from our highly qualified and experienced Incident Response team.

The defined Remora framework delivers the identification of the causes of the cyber security incident.

The Remora investigation of your cyber security incident delivers containment and mitigation of the cyber security incident and concluding with eradication and recovery from the cyber security incident.

Remora incident response enables reporting on the incident to relevant stakeholders and regulators.

Post incident review Remora work with you to build on lessons learned, and update key information, controls, and processes.

IDENTIFICATION

This is the process where you determine whether you’ve been breached. Determine the extent of an incident or breach.

CONTAINMENT

Ensure that the immediate impact is managed as rapidly and effectively as possible, containing the breach so it doesn’t spread and cause further damage to your business.

ERADICATION

Provide suitable recommendations to remediate the compromise, to find and eliminate the root cause of the breach and increase security across the compromised network.

RESTORATION

Delivering a process to restore and return affected systems so that systems and business operations are up and running again without the fear of another breach.



REPORTING

Produce an incident report including, a full description of the scope of the problem, the technical impact, mitigation activities and an assessment of business impact. As well as an Impact Assessment which can be used by the victim to explain the in cident to other parties such as partners, regulators, or customers.

Remora incident response team should be
deployed in the event of your organisation
suffering from any of the following:

  • Malware
  • Viruses
  • Trojans
  • Worms
  • Ransomware
  • Spyware
  • Phishing
  • Spear Phishing

  • Whaling
  • Pharming
  • Internal Threats
  • Data Theft
  • Intellectual Property Theft
  • Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) Attacks
  • Denial-of-Service (DOS) Attack

  • SQL Injections
  • Zero-day Exploit
  • Password Attack
  • Cross-site Scripting
  • Rootkits
  • Internet of Things (IoT) Attacks

If you suffer a cyber attack, incident, or breach
please do not delay, please call our specialist team
on:

020 3617 6990

or email sl@remora.co.uk