• Post Breach Crisis Management

  • Post Breach Crisis

    A post breach crisis is the continued breakdown of security in the six month to one year period after a breach or impactful incident such as a ransomware attack. This can happen even with more investment in tools and technologies after the incident.

    A post breach crisis presents itself with indicators such as:

    • Incidents are still happening
    • Security is struggling to communicate with executives
    • You are losing trust in security
    • Security is creating friction for getting work done
    • Those responsible for security are becoming burned out
    • Security costs are adversely affecting profitability
    • The security team is experiencing high churn rate
    • Vendors keep recommending more tools without fully understanding the problem
    • The security team is siloed from the rest of the organization
    • You are unsure how effective your security program is
    • The costs to run the security program are rising exponentially
    • You experience consecutive breaches

    Unless the appropriate actions are taken this trend will continue. The good news is: We can get your security program back on track in such a way that it becomes effective, trustworthy, and sustainable. With the right strategy security can be less impactful on net margin and actually increase revenue by reducing the friction created by security on business operations.

  • Post Breach Crisis Management

    Post breach crisis management are the steps and actions an organization takes after an incident such as a ransomware attack or breach takes place. We develop strategic plans for organizations to fully recover from incidents and improve their information security programs that focuses on these critical areas:

  • Regaining Trust

    We improve the security posture of your organization to regain the confidence and trust of your customers and stakeholders. Any incident or breach will result in the loss of consumer confidence, trust of stakeholders, and partners. Changes will need to be made from a security perspective to win back that trust.

  • Threats and Risk

    We identify the actual threats and risks faced by your organization. By understanding the threats and risks faced by your organization we can develop plan for security that fits in with the overall business risks such as: compliance risks, competitor risks, political risks, economic risks, and social risks.

  • Inefficiencies in Security

    We identify inefficiencies in your information security program. Breaches and incidents are the result of a break down in an information security program. The inefficiencies may be in policy and procedures, technical controls, siloed security teams, or aligning security with the goals of the business. 

  • Roadmap for Security

    We perform a gap analysis, roadmap, and strategic plan for your security program. Creating an effective security program requires a roadmap and envisioning a destination. 

  • Security Investment

    We determine the appropriate amount of investment for your security program based on your organization's market position, industry, region, and in comparison to your industry's peers.

  • Measuring Securtiy

    We develop a security metrics program to show the effectiveness of your security program. By having a metrics program you can easily determine if the security posture for your organization is trending in the right direction and identify issues before bad things happen.

  • Marketing for Security

    We develop a marketing and public relations program to grow security within the culture of your organization. Just having a security program alone is not enough. You need to let others know that you are taking security seriously and grow the security culture from the top down.