Are you confident in your incident response action plan immediately after a cybersecurity incident occurs?

Your CFO just clicked on a malicious link in an email and immediately received a ransomware note. What do you do next?

In recent months, the Keller Schroeder Cybersecurity Team has seen an increasing number of businesses finding themselves in these types of scenarios – losing business-critical data, bringing production to a standstill, and costing hundreds of thousands of dollars in ransom.

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While you must have a layered approach to protect against cyberattacks, having a solid and tested plan for what to do when an incident occurs is essential in mitigating any fall out and getting back up and running quickly and efficiently.

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Sit down with our team for a tabletop exercise featuring a real-world scenario to evaluate your company’s process for responding to a cybersecurity incident.
  • 1-hour discovery workshop with our certified experts to walk through an incident
  • Evaluation of your plan and follow-up session including an overview report of top weaknesses
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The Facts About Cyberattacks

3 out of 4 organizations fell victim to a ransomware attack, up 61% from 2020

Source: Mimecast

It takes an average of 287 days to identify and contain a breach

Source: IBM

95 percent of cybersecurity breaches are caused by human error.

Source: World Economic Forum

54 percent of companies say their IT departments are not sophisticated enough to handle advanced cyberattacks.

Source: Sophos

Every hour of downtime due to a ransomware attack costs an average of $250,000

Source: Acronis

In 2021, nearly 40 percent of breaches featured phishing, around 11 percent involved malware, and about 22 percent involved hacking.

Source: Verizon

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