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You must have heard so many times in the news that a company has been hacked or data breaches happened or a company’s computer network has been infiltrated by cyber criminals. The actions taken in order to limit the damage or prevent any future hacks is called “Incident Response“.
In digital forensics terms, “incident response” includes all plans, actions and measures taken by an “Incident Response Team”. This team is typically comprised of an appointed IT security expert, a computer forensics analyst, the affected organization's HR head, IT administrator and one of its executive directors who will implement measures to limit and prevent further damage to a company's IT infrastructure after a cyber breach.
The Incident Response Team also assumes the responsibility to educate employees and how to use IT resources and conduct themselves in the aftermath of the IT security breach. The team will be headed by an appointed computer forensics expert who will identify all the aspects of the breach (why and how it happened), what must be done to limit the damage and how to prevent it in future by devising and implementing a detailed action plan.
Digital Warfare's forensics experts have lead and handled numerous incident response teams helping businesses to detect and prevent any such incidents by implementing plans to secure the entire company’s IT infrastructure with professionalism, precision and discretion.
Forensics teams may be engaged at the time of the breach or, as is preferable, kept on a retainer for when the breach occurs. Unused hours can then go to planning and training for the event so your teams are ready and know what to do without hesitation or confusion.