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Incident Response

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Time is of the essence when you have identified a potential security breach.

This is where you need Revio cyber security to find out:


How did they access your system?

What did they access?

What is the impact?

How do we stop them from doing it again?


Our world class leading incident response team have handled cyberattacks for governments,

organisations, blue-chip companies and leading global financial institutions. We will help you stop

your attack and more importantly help you to prevent future attacks.

Key Aspects of Revio Incident Response:


  1. We Come Prepared:
    We have policies, procedures, and protocols in place for incident response.


  2. Detection and Identification:
    In this phase, security monitoring tools and systems are utilised to detect any unusual or suspicious activities within your IT environment. These may include intrusion detection systems (IDS), intrusion prevention systems (IPS), security information and event management (SIEM) solutions, antivirus software, and others. Once an incident is detected, it needs to be identified and classified based on its severity and impact.


  3. Containment and Eradication:
    Upon confirming the presence of a security incident, the next step is to contain it to prevent further damage and to eradicate the threat from the affected systems. This may involve isolating compromised systems, disabling network access, removing malware, and patching vulnerabilities.


  4. Recovery:
    After the threat has been contained and eliminated, the focus shifts to restoring affected systems and data to their normal state. This may include restoring from backups, reinstalling software, and implementing additional security measures to prevent similar incidents in the future.


  5. Post-Incident Analysis:
    Once the incident has been resolved, it's important to conduct a thorough post-incident analysis, also known as a "post-mortem" or "lessons learned" review. This involves examining the root causes of the incident, evaluating the effectiveness of the response process, identifying areas for improvement, and updating incident response plans and security controls accordingly.


  6. Documentation and Reporting:
    Throughout the incident response process, detailed documentation should be maintained, including logs of actions taken, findings, and outcomes. This documentation is essential for regulatory compliance, legal purposes, and for informing future incident response efforts. Additionally, incidents may need to be reported to regulatory authorities, law enforcement agencies, or affected stakeholders, depending on the nature and severity of the incident.


Effective incident response requires coordination, communication, and collaboration among various stakeholders, including IT teams, security professionals, legal counsel, senior management, and sometimes external entities such as law enforcement or third-party incident response providers. By having a well-defined incident response process in place, we can help you minimise the impact of security incidents and protect your sensitive assets from cyber threats.

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