Investigate the incident and system vulnerabilities. Document timely response and due diligence efforts. Protect company from future attacks.
Court-ordered forensic imaging, Metadata review, Cloud account extraction, Strategic case consultations.
We take a technology agnostic approach, leveraging industry standard tools to provide end-to-end management of e-discovery and document review processes.
We gather all necessary information for creating a list of indicators of compromise & write rules to clear your network from the infiltration.
We analyze the attack, determine how the criminals gained access and uncover what intruders did after they invaded your IT network.
Identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities to close off avenues of attack.
Once we’ve resolved the current problems, we’ll provide you with a detailed report that will help you understand how to protect your network from future intrusions.
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Most often, data is breached through a lost or stolen laptop computer. Sometimes, it happens because of a system failure: software malfunctions, or a credit card security system fails. Other times, someone tricks you into providing unauthorized access to networks. Such attacks can be very sophisticated.
Intruders most often will seek out the most valuable, most sensitive data on your IT system. Usually, that means credit or debit card information, social security numbers, driver’s license information, email passwords and other information they can exploit.
As soon as you learn about a data breach, you must shut down systems to stop the leak of information and prevent further damage. Next, contact us. Our experts and will help you navigate the next important steps and find out how you were breached, how to recover and how to keep it from happening in the future.
Companies and organizations in the United States are legally required to notify customers if there was a data breach. The timeframe for such notices can differ from state to state, and from industry to industry. Our experts can help guide you.
At next-itsolutions.com, the first thing we do is end the unauthorized flow of data. Once that is done, we investigate the source of the attack and methods used. We also determine the scope of the attack to assist you in assessing risks and legal liabilities. Last, we provide you with tools and advice to make your systems more secure and prevent future breaches.
The smaller your business is, the greater the odds of a security breach. Large corporate data breaches make the news, but small businesses generally are easier prey for hackers because their security measures are usually easier to breach. it is far more common for a small business to experience a data breach.
The incident response team works closely with impacted organizations to help answer several questions, such as:
Our Cyber Security Experts combine the skills of experienced researchers with our
state-of-the-art proprietary software to protect your company from:
Malware | Mobile banking frauds | DoS/DDoS attacks | Ransomware | Unauthorized access | Fraudulent resources and botnets | Suspected breaches | Data and money theft.
For more information on data breach response & prevention solutions, please call our Incident Response Team at 562.232.9945.
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