INCIDENT MANAGEMENT & CONTAINMENT
Integrated stack of advanced security solutions that enables the delivery of Cyber Security Managed Detection & Response services for our clients.
cor. Incident Response
As most organization progress is their digitization journey, tackling the cybersecurity maturity challenges is a must to succeed in that journey.
An organisation’s ability to respond to an attack on its systems, such as a network, database or appliance, holds considerably greater importance today more than ever. Companies are beginning to realise how catastrophic an attack could be for the reputation of the organisation and the costs involved.
Managing and monitoring the incidents through coordinates' innovative cor. platform can effectively help an organisation quickly recover from an attack and strengthen its security posture.
24x7 security event and log monitoring and analysis
Automated log analysis and response
Real-time security event response to known and emerging threats
24x7 access to certified security experts and analysts
Customized escalation procedures and policies
Competitive Service Lever Agreement
COR. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
cor. Incident and Response Team will act as direct extension of the client IT team to offer an end-to-end remediation process for all cyber incidents.
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Activate Escalation Call Matrix (if needed) & Contact all Client teams impacted (System, Applications, Management, etc.)
(A) & (B) apply
Evidence of an incident is collected via several Analysis types and Threat Hunting activities. Allowing the IR Team to pinpoint which Threat vectors are implicated in the incident and identifying devices, services and users impacted by the compromise.
Phase completed during the implementation phase of cor. by conducting a series of Technical and Functional workshops to define all aspects of Incident Response including policies, process and communication guidelines.
Attacks involving cryptojacking increased by 8,500 percent in 2017.
of all email is spam and viruses
Clicking links within email accounted for 88% of all reported phishing
There are over 130 large-scale, targeted breaches in the U.S. per year, and that number is growing by 27% per year
The average cost of a malware attack on a company is $2.4 million
Ransomware damage costs exceed $5 billion in 2017, 15 times the cost in 2015.