Bit Sentinel has the proper recipe to help you recover from Cyber Attacks through Disaster Recovery plans, Malicious Code Removal, Incident Response & Security Hardening services that match your business requirements.
A cyber attack is an attack initiated by a person or a group of people against a website, computer system or individual computer (collectively, an asset) that compromises the confidentiality, integrity or availability
of the system or information stored on it. Cyber attacks take many forms, including:
- Gaining, or attempting to gain, unauthorized access to an infrastructure assets or its data;
- Unwanted disruption or denial of service attacks, including the take down of entire web sites or networks;
- Installation of viruses or malicious code (malware or backdoors) on infrastructure assets;
- Unauthorized use of an asset for processing or storing data;
- Changes to the characteristics of an asset’s hardware, firmware or software without the owner’s knowledge, instruction or consent;
- Inappropriate use of assets by employees or former employee;
Cyber Attacks Recovery should be taken very seriously by any kind of organization, whether we are talk of a Public structure or a Small Business, all assets must be protected. Moreover, attack vectors and other potential risks should be removed very fast because underground communities respond quickly to vulnerabilities and potential breaches. Last, cyber attack recovery are very expensive.
A 2012 study of 2,618 business leaders and security practitioners in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Hong Kong and Brazil organised by IBM found that they experienced an average of 66 attacks per week, with organizations in Germany and the U.S. reporting the highest numbers: 82 and 79 per week, respectively. The average cost of recovering from a single cyber attack was estimated to be as much as nearly $300,000 by the organizations mentioned in the above 2012 study. That could amount to nearly $1 billion over the course of a year.
When you are dealing with an attack you should prioritize a cyber incident response plan that identifies cyber attack scenarios and sets out appropriate responses. While the plan must be customized for each company’s particular circumstances, the plan should generally address the following basic components: creating a response team that is able to analyze and report an incident, initial response approach, detailed investigation, recovery and follow-up, public relations and law enforcement communication.
Why do you need to Recover from Cyber Attacks?
- restore your network & online reputation
- identify and remove malicious code, malware & backdoors from compromised network
- understand the attack vector from the incident response report and secure your assets
- you will learn how to implement a proactive plan for a Disaster Recovery Plan
- you will learn how to prioritize your business objectives & risk tolerance
- prepare your business and assets to the inevitable: a future sophisticated attack against your network
- learn how to promote and support a culture of security awarness
Choose the Approach that Match Your Needs
When a Cyber Attack happens there are several technical solutions to consider. At a high level, these solutions include: