Vigilance™ Incident Response & Forensic Analysis
Within a data breach scenario, an effective incident response plan is critical in limiting the scope and impact of the incident. Having qualified incident responders available to lead an investigation greatly improves the ability of an organization to quickly assess, contain, and eliminate a data incident.
We offer a variety of Incident Response Solutions based on the needs of your organization
Your organization has experienced a breach and needs immediate remediation and activation to maintain business continuity and compliance. Hourly based model, dependent on complexity, and timeline to resolve.
Emergency Incident Response Includes:
Incident Response Playbook by Certified Professionals
Remote and On-Site Support
Remote and On-Site Support
Your organization is looking to be prepared for if/and when incident remediation may need to happen. Hourly based retainer model.
Retainer Incident Response Includes:
24x7x365 Security Incident Hotline
Remote Support within 12 hours
On-Site Support within 36 hours
Flexible Use of Hours
Pre-Negotiated Rates and Standard Contract
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