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Eventus Incident Response Service

At Eventus, we offer a comprehensive Incident Response Service that is tailored to assist organizations in effectively managing and responding to cyber/security incidents. We help you investigate, manage, and respond to all types of complex security incidents across diverse industries.

How We Help You With Proactive Incident Response?

We help you in crafting a well-defined incident response plan that includes robust security monitoring and alerting features. Our plan equips you with the appropriate resources, tools, and procedures to quickly and efficiently detect, investigate, and address security incidents.
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1. Making an Incident Response Plan
Eventus assists in making incident response plan that is tailored to the client's specific needs and objectives. This involves a comprehensive assessment of the client's current level of incident readiness, identification of potential vulnerabilities, and the development of a proactive incident response plan
2. Table Top Exercise
Our professionals conduct tabletop exercises with clients to simulate real-life incident scenarios and test their response plans. These exercises help clients identify gaps in their plans and gain practical experience in responding to incidents.
3. Range of Assessment
Eventus offers a range of assessments to help clients understand their overall security posture and identify potential risks to their operations. These assessments include vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, and risk assessments. By conducting these assessments, Eventus provides clients with valuable insights into their security posture and helps them take proactive steps to mitigate potential risks.

Our services go beyond pre-configured alerts, providing proactive measures to help businesses prepare for unexpected incidents.

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Threat Hunting
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Incident Response Engagement Model

1. Creating Incident Playbooks

Eventus provides personalized incident playbooks tailored to each client’s unique business needs. These playbooks consist of predefined protocols and guidelines, outlining necessary actions to be taken in the event of a security breach. This personalized approach ensures a more efficient and coordinated response enhancing overall incident management capabilities.

2. Determining Security Gaps in Current Solutions

Eventus assesses customer’s security measures to identify any inadequacies or vulnerabilities in their current cybersecurity framework. Based on the evaluation, Eventus creates a customized cybersecurity strategy, addressing gaps and best suited to the clients’ unique requirements.

3. Preparing Incident Readiness Report and Security Control Validation Report

Eventus provides two reports to its clients: an incident readiness report and a security control validation report. The incident readiness report evaluates the client's ability to handle security incidents and offers suggestions for improvement. The security control validation report assesses the effectiveness of the client's security controls and identifies potential weaknesses. These reports empower clients to enhance their cybersecurity posture and effectively manage and respond to security incidents.

6-Step Incident Response Approach

Unexpected incidents are inevitable, and thus having a plan in place for how to handle them is crucial. The six-step incident response approach from Eventus offers a thorough framework for identifying, containing, and remediating occurrences while minimizing harm and organizational disturbance.
Identifying the occurrence and determining its gravity is the first step. To categorize and prioritize incidents in order to address the most pressing problems first, incident analysis is essential.
The next step after locating the problem is to contain it by isolating the impacted systems and data to limit additional harm. In this step, the attacker's access to the organization's systems and data is restricted while the attack's source is isolated.
The response plan includes steps to remediate the incident and implement additional security controls. This step involves assessing the organization's security posture and implementing measures to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.
This stage entails performing a thorough root cause analysis to identify the incident's primary cause and evaluate the incident's effects on the organization's operations, reputation, and technological infrastructure.
Eventus provides a detailed report of the incident post-remediation, which includes reports covering up to 16 operations performed by the team for better senior management visibility. This step helps organizations understand the root cause of the incident and make informed decisions to improve their security posture.
The final step in the process is to assess the organization's vulnerabilities, conduct penetration testing, and hardening assessment on impacted assets. Regular tabletop exercises and continuous security validation are also essential to ensure the organization's security posture is up-to-date and effective.
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Key Incidents Types Covered

Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Cloud Breach Response
Malware Analysis
Phishing Attack analysis
Web App Compromise
Digital Investigation
Insider Threat
Data Breach & Exfiltration (loss of PII and other sensitive information)
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Top Features of Eventus Incident Response Service

Real-time Monitoring and Alerting
24/7 Availability and Rapid Incident Response
Customized Response Plans
Deep Forensics Root Cause Analysis
Regular Reporting and Senior Management Visibility
Tabletop Exercises and Continuous Security Validation
Post-incident Reporting
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Incident Response

What you'll get
Threat containment
Threat hunting
Digital forensics
Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
Malware analysis
Remediation & Recovery guidance
Reports tailored to your organization.
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Incident Readiness

What you'll get
Tabletop Exercise
Maturity Assessment
Ransomware Simulation Assessment
IR Plans and Playbooks
24/7/365 Assistance
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Make sure you're not caught off guard by a potential issue. Get in contact with Eventus today to find out how our skilled team of incident response managers can assist you in anticipating and handling any potential incidents.
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Incident Response(IR) is the process of identifying, investigating, containing, and resolving an incident or security breach. The goal of incident response is to quickly detect and respond to the security incident, contain the damage, and restore normal operations as soon as possible.
An incident response plan is a documented strategy that outlines actions to be taken in the event of a cyberattack or security breach. The plan typically includes predefined tools, procedures, roles and responsibilities, and communication protocols to facilitate efficient collaboration and decision-making during a crisis. The main goal of an incident response plan is to minimize damage, mitigate risk, and expedite the restoration of regular operations.
An incident plan is crucial for any organization. Having an effective and well-designed incident plan can help minimize the damage caused by an incident and ensure that the organization can quickly return to normal operations. It also helps to identify and prioritize critical assets and resources, assign responsibilities and roles to the relevant personnel, and establish clear communication channels. Additionally, an incident plan can help organizations comply with legal and regulatory requirements, maintain customer trust, and avoid reputational loss.
There are various types of security incidents that organizations can face. However, some main types of security incidents include: Malware, Phishing, Ransomware, Advanced Persistent Threat(APT), Insider Threat, Data breach & exfiltration.
Incident Response services are managed services with several benefits such as access to the highly skilled team of experts who have extensive experience handling and managing complex incidents besides 24x7 monitoring and faster detection and response. These services usually comes through a service level agreement to ensure confidentiality.
It's essential for organizations to have a comprehensive incident response plan to quickly respond to and recover from a cyberattack or security breach. A good incident response plan should have some key elements including but not limited to:

1. Clearly defined roles and responsibilities;
2. Rapid response and escalation procedures;
3. Comprehensive incident classification and prioritization;
4. Effective communication protocols;
5. Clear incident documentation procedures;
6. Regular testing and review
We have crafted a reliable and comprehensive ‘Incident Readiness and Response’ service covering all aspects of incident response – detection, investigation, containment, remediation, recovery, and reporting. We proactively identify gaps in your security posture and continuously improve it through our incident readiness service, reducing the attack surface. Our team of highly-trained threat hunters and incident responders quickly swing into action. We partner with your team to create a tailored response and remediation plan that is optimized for your operational needs, harnessing your current investments and resources to expedite onboarding.
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