Rapid response and recovery from cyberattacks

Given the ever-changing nature and complexity of today's business ecosystems, technology environments, and cyberthreat environments, business leaders are beginning to accept that not all cyber incidents can be prevented. Therefore, it’s imperative that organizations are resilient in order to rapidly address and recover from changes—demands, disruptions, or threats—and continue operations with minimal impact to the business. Deloitte’s resilient services combine proactive and reactive incident management processes and technologies to rapidly adapt and respond to cyber disruptions whether from internal or external forces. We help organizations develop an actionable plan to proactively manage cyber incidents, respond and recover from cyber crises, and resume operations more quickly, limiting damage to the business.

We offer:

  • Cyber incident response – We provide industry leading operational and strategic capabilities coupled with on-site, 24/7 support to contain cyber intrusions before they cause costly financial, regulatory, and reputation damage.
  • Cyber wargaming – We take protection to a whole new level by testing network security before someone launches an attack. Using a secure test environment, we allow network security teams to test threat scenarios, plot coordinated response plans, and identify areas for improvement to better prepare for real-world threats.

Beneath the surface of a cyberattack: A deeper look at business impacts

When thinking about what a cyberattack “costs” a company, many people tend to limit their thinking to the value of the personal and consumer data that may have been stolen. Looking deeper, however, reveals many other potential costs that are less obvious at first glance. This paper highlights 14 potential “costs” companies may suffer, including theft of intellectual property, destruction of critical infrastructure, and potential harm to your reputation.

Cyber crisis management: Readiness, response, and recovery

Avoiding a cyber crisis can come down to properly managing a cyber incident before, during, and after it unfolds. Multiple functions and skill sets must be highly coordinated to contain and manage crisis incidents.