Prepare for and Manage Security Breaches

ERMProtect offers the following incident response services:

Data Breach Response Plan Development

The success or failure of an attack depends heavily on the organization's incident response capabilities. We help organizations develop an Incident Response Plan that defines roles and responsibilities, spells out specific actions and establishes protocols for periodic tests and updates of the plan.

Data Breach Response Plan Reviews

We review an organization's Incident Response Plan and provide detailed recommendations for improvement.

Data Breach Readiness Tests/Ethical Hacking

An organization's incident response capabilities must be tested periodically to ensure they address evolving threats. We perform live, simulated attacks, then work alongside the client to improve and update capabilities.

Data Breach Investigation and Management

We provide on-demand incident response to cyberattacks to help organizations detect, analyze, contain, eradicate and recover from cyber incidents within the appropriate legal framework. Our team includes a veteran incident response data breach manager who handles non-technical aspects of the investigation and guides organizations through all of the steps required to mitigate legal, regulatory and reputational damage.

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Intelligence and Insights

NIST Cybersecurity Framework

Complete Guide to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0

In this comprehensive guide, we explain in simple terms every aspect of complying with the NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 …
Musings From a Pen Tester’s Diary

Musings From a Penetration Tester’s Diary – Part 2

We asked Akash to take a trip down memory lane and discuss some of his more interesting intrusion cases. This is Part 2 of “Musings from Pen Tester’s Diary.” …
Musings From a Pen Tester’s Diary

Musings From a Penetration Tester’s Diary – Part 1

Ever want to peek inside the mind of an ethical hacker? Akash Desai, our Director of IT Consulting for 18 years, is sharing his diary of experiences “hacking” banks, factories, fire departments, airports, etc …