Detect, Respond, Recover
Having an incident response plan means having a set of instructions your IT team can follow to detect, respond to, and recover from security incidents. Not having an incident response plan can mean chaos: bad actors can wreak havoc in your network undetected, while an ineffective response can lead to unnecessary damage to your network, data, and reputation. Plus, an incident response plan is required by many compliance frameworks, such as PCI and HIPAA.
Accudata’s experienced incident response experts can help you evaluate the effectiveness of your incident response plan, identify gaps, and assess staff readiness and responsiveness.
Incident Response Table-Top Exercise
Accudata will walk your response team through a mock incident to assess your incident response policies and procedures. The exercise includes review of possible security events and incidents likely to affect your organization, the required resources and their roles and responsibilities, and the processes needed to appropriately respond. A real-world security incident scenario will be chosen as the basis for performing a walkthrough of your incident response plan to help your response team be better prepared to respond. After the onsite exercise, Accudata will deliver a short report that summarizes the outcome of the table-top exercise and provides lessons learned and recommendations on how your incident response plan and process can be improved.
Incident Response and Healthcare
Among other tools, Accudata uses the CyberRX program, overseen by a steering committee comprised of representatives from the healthcare industry, the Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST), and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), to develop exercise components for our healthcare customers.
Additionally, Accudata’s managed services (MSP) provides security device management to assist with remediation and containment.