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What is cyber incident response?

Security breaches as a result of cyber-attacks can lead to data leakage and disruption of business operations, which can damage the reputation of the attacked organization.

Cyber incident response is a set of security policies and procedures used to detect, classify and contain cyber attacks.

The goal of incident response is to ensure that cyber attacks are quickly detected and stopped, minimizing damage and preventing future attacks.

Comprehensive Cyber Incident Response

Our Services

The services we offer before, during and after a cyber incident.
Before the Incident

Before the Incident

We prepare a study on the decisions and implementation methodologies that can be taken during a cyber incident for your organization and present this plan to you.

During Incident

During Incident

Considering that there may be different attack scenarios in a possible attack attempt, we provide you with the service to create an emergency decision communication center, to carry out the whole event from here and to ensure that the necessary backups are made.

After the Incident

After the Incident

After a cyber-attack, we provide direct intervention or direct intervention services by guiding you in the process of collecting and reporting all traces and evidence that the organization must share with the authorities in order to prove its rightfulness before the law and to catch those responsible.

Step by step

Incident Response Processes

The SANS Institute defines the incident response process in 6 steps.

Step 1


Plans, policies, strategies and procedures to be implemented in the event of a security breach are prepared. It includes determining the response team and providing training to the team.

Step 2


This is the step where the breach is detected and the response begins. The response team utilizes log records, monitoring tools, error messages and firewall logs to identify the breach and its scope.

Step 3


Once the breach has been detected, the most important step is to contain it. The main purpose of this step is to contain the damage and prevent further damage. System backups are taken to prevent the destruction of evidence.

Step 4


At this stage, the threat is eliminated and the systems are recovered, if possible by restoring them to their previous state with backups.

Step 5


This is the phase where teams verify that the affected systems are no longer vulnerable and can return to operational status. At this stage, plans are made for the full resumption of operations, abnormal behavior and system behavior are examined to verify that the breach is over.

Step 6

Lessons Learned

The incident response team and partners come together to prevent future breaches and improve the incident response process. The breach is analyzed, reported and the incident response plan is adjusted if necessary.

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"There are two types of companies: those that have been hacked and those that will be hacked."

Robert Mueller,
FBI Director, 2012

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