Incident Response & Containment
Be fully prepared for the “when”. It’s not if your organization will experience a breach, it’s when. Our dedicated incident response & containment team takes on the most complex scenarios to help organizations minimize the damage and impact to their operations and key data.
Corsica Cyber uses the recommended incident response process as outlined by NIST Special Publication 800-61 Revision 2. Here’s our process:
- Through Compromise Assessment or Security Monitoring Services (SOC)
- Incident inspection and prioritization
- Formulating containment strategy based on findings
- Source ID
Containment and Eradication
- Evidence gathering and handling
- Eradicate intruder
- Minimize collateral damage
- Close attack vectors
Recovery and Documentation
- Incident documentation
- Asset recovery
- Reporting and next steps to move forward stronger
- Strengthened through quality incident response
- Technology taught to recognize similar attacks
The Benefits of a Third-Party Pen Test
Decreased Burden on Your IT Department and Managers
Our incident response process allows our professionals to focus solely on resolving incidents.
A Highly Certified Team on Your Side
Our team maintains certifications with ongoing training in the latest incident response tactics, including GCIH, CCFP, CHFI and more.
Reduced Business Downtime
Our security monitoring and incident response services couple to make a significant impact on company downtime caused by cybersecurity incidents.
Office 365 is now Microsoft 365- What Does that Mean for Users?
Microsoft recently changed the name of its flagship product from Office 365 to Microsoft 365. According to the software giant, the name change was a part of natural evolution. Microsoft 365 began in 2017 as an enterprise offering that contained a combination of Windows, Office, and Enterprise Mobility and Security.
Take a Tour of our Security Operation Center
Corsica Cybersecurity President Charles Johnson gives a behind-the-scenes look at one of Corsica's two geographically redundant Security Operation Centers (SOC) in Augusta, Georgia.