Cyber Recovery and Response

CTS Rescue team

Cyber incidents are a common phenomenon and will eventually happen. With the widespread use of cloud, servers, and computers, it is essential to protect and take necessary steps for securing business data for smoother operations. 

Big businesses are constantly under threat from cyber criminals who are implementing new and advanced methods to break our security. Enterprises are sure to get affected by such attacks. However, we can enforce essential policies that will help in minimizing the impact on business. 

Like good and bad, God and evil, we have hackers and ethical hackers who fight with you to save your business and information.

Cyber warfare response will have some intelligent group of ethical hackers who can retrieve and restore the lost or stolen data. Unfortunately, most companies don’t have such experts in-house, making them vulnerable to cyber-attacks. However, with the VTG rescue team, one can attain protection and recovery in their business ventures. 

According to a study conducted by CBS.com, 1.5 million cyber-attacks occur every year, translating to over 4,000 attacks every day, 170 every hour, or nearly three every minute. 

Cyber Recovery and Response

Cloud Tech Services’ Cyber Recovery and Response teams deploy several methodologies and mechanisms to proactively protect your data or assist with restoring it should an incident occur. Whether the need is consultative services to define business goals and needs or assistance with rapid response to recover data, CTS has you covered.

Our business recovery team engaged in hours of incident:

 Methodology implemented by the VTG rescue team includes four critical steps. 

Consulting

Consulting and understanding the client's requirements.
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Compliance Assessment

Assessment to make sure backup is configured correctly and working.
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Incident Response

We try to engage resources within hours of the incident to assist customers in quick business recovery.
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Prenegotiated contract and Paper-working

Assessment of fixed cost per month/per quarter on a per-server basis is what we charge

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Cyber Recovery and Response

Cyber-attacks and threats are:

  1. Hacked devices 
  2. Crashed websites 
  3. Breached networks
  4. Denials of service 
  5. Copied emails 
  6. Stolen credit card data
  7. Malware infection
  8. Hacker infiltration
  9. Insider incidents
  10. Unable to view the network or system status

How we help you out ??

There are other cyber incidents we are familiar with, including identity theft, fraud, and extortion. In addition, other common cyber incidents include malware, phishing, spamming, spoofing, spyware, trojans, and viruses. Unfortunately, it’s impossible for even big companies to achieve total control over cyber security incidents.

The risk management approach of an organization will be vital in determining the mechanisms to be implemented. Some famous examples are:

  1. DDoS protection
  2. Protected power supply
  3. Critical system redundancy
  4. Rate-limiting access to data or service commands 
  5. Essential data backup or manual fail-over processes

Therefore, the incident response management system becomes a crucial part of the organization. And it can help organizations save huge in terms of money, data, and information. 

The first step includes preparing an incident response plan after a comprehensive risk assessment. The response plan will consist of continuing essential functions and the assets and systems needed, including critical datasets and operational technologies. 

Having an excellent cyber response team or outsourcing the job can help implement the response plan with the right tools, skills, and techniques. 

Our team of experts at VTG is experienced. We have a vast knowledge of IT security, IT infrastructure and business management, specialist technologies (e.g., operational technologies or datacenters), incident reporting requirements, and communications plans.

Our plan includes a comprehensive range of containment, eradication, and recovery strategies, specifying how and when they should be implemented.

 

Response and Containment

Our organization’s security monitoring function efficiently alerts us with enough detail for a response team to decide the most appropriate incident response. 

The action can be to:

  • Investigate further
  • Take predetermined action
  • Take no action 
  • Make risk-based decisions 

Taking account of factors like potential disruption, the cost-effectiveness of response, and the need for evidence preservation, the experts will decide. The resilience measures should support the incident response to form a coordinated response to any incident inside the organization. 

Physical resilience

In the event of a physical failure, you should have a strategy for business continuation, and it should be achieved with the 

  1. Contingency plans for critical systems
  2. Steps and procedures for common threats
  3. Triggers for activation
  4. Recovery time objectives

We have documented policies and procedures for coping with significant disasters and the recovery of businesses.  

Our business recovery team engages within hours of the incident: The methodology implemented by the VTG rescue team includes four critical steps.