Enable quicker response to and recovery from security breaches

Most experts agree that it's only a matter of time before your organization experiences a significant data breach. And when it comes to data breach response, speed and skill are critical. Every minute counts.

To limit operational disruption, data leakage, compliance complications, and damage to your corporate reputation, you will need an emergency response plan. But you also need access to security experts. IBM® Security offers services from global expert forensic analysis and local incident case managers who can help you quickly assess and immediately begin migrating damage.

IBM Emergency Response Services provide

Proven

IBM methodology, advanced tools and global experts

Integration

into your existing platform for incident management and analysis

Reduction

in containment and recovery time

Analysis

for future incident prevention, risk reduction, and compliance

Our solution helps

End to end Response

End-to-end response

providing analysis, intelligence gathering, forensics, containment, eradication, recovery and prevention

Experience

Experience

in incident response and digital data analysis as former law enforcement, military, academic and security professionals

Support

Support

your staff to help stop attacks in progress limiting the potential harm to your organization

Understand the issues

Building a security incident response plan that works

Top 10 mistakes security organizations make with their computer security incident response plans

2016 Cost of Data Breach Study
 

How do you deal with a data breach?
Assess. Respond. Prevent

2016 Cyber Security Intelligence Index

Get a better understanding of the current threat landscape.

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