Incident Response

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Incident Response

Incident Response




Incident Response


Today, more and more organization around the world are faced with increased risks of cyber-attacks and/or have been subject to such an attack. For those cases BugSec’s Operation Center Division will provide a team of experts that is able to address and master the aftermath of such a security breach or attack, and to handle the situation in such a way as to limit the damage and reduce recovery time and costs as much as possible.

BugSec Incident Response Service offers such team of experts, which is able to find out that there was an incident and to take care of it until it is fully finished and to do this in the shortest possible time frame so as to minimize to attacked organization loses and penalties.

Based on our vast expertise in cyber security, we are able to detect attacks, even if the organization itself has not detected it and to use various forensics techniques, including malware analysis and reverse engineering in order to analyze attacked devices, finding out what happened, how it happened, and where the origin of the attack came from. Our veteran security team consists of offensive and defensive experts that have the know-how and experience to look for gaps. Using their In-depth knowledge of the available security controls and how to manipulate them to insure the swift and efficient event containment.

With the cooperation of our research division, we start by performing extensive research of a sample of devices of the attacked organization. Once we have defined what happened, we dispose of a multitude of manual tools, all developed in-house, to trace back all the steps of the attack until its origin.

Once we have completely mapped the incident and traced it back, hopefully solving it, BugSec produces a report with its findings and with ways for the organization to help prevent these kinds of incidents in the future.

The organization can then decide if and how to implement the recommendations, but BugSec can help to verify, after the implementation, whether the implementation was done correctly and if the organization is really protected against similar incidents.

If the organization wants us to do this, we declare the incident fully closed only after us performing verification tests and if not, then our report with conclusions and recommendations signifies the end of the incident for BugSec and our Incident Response team.


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Today, more and more organization around the world are faced with increased risks of cyber-attacks and/or have been subject to such an attack.
In case an organization is subject to an attack, it needs a team of experts that is able to address and master the aftermath of such a security breach or attack and to handle the situation in such a way as to limit the damage and reduce recovery time and costs as much as possible.

BugSec has such a team of experts that is able to find out that there was an incident and to take care of it until it is fully finished and to do this in the smallest possible time frame so as not to penalize the attacked organization too much.

Based on our expertise in the field of cyber security, we are able to detect attacks, even if the organization itself has not detected it and to use various forensics techniques, including malware analysis and reverse engineering in order to analyze attacked devices, finding out what happened, how it happened, and where the origin of the attack came from.

Our R&D Department starts by performing extensive research of a sample of devices of the attacked organization.
Once we have defined what happened, we dispose of a multitude of manual tools, all developed in-house, to trace back all the steps of the attack until its origin.
This aspect of the incident response is done on premise, with the assistance of our researchers in the R&D lab in Israel.

Once we have completely mapped the incident and traced it back, BugSec writes a report with its findings and with ways for the organization to help prevent these kind of incidents in the future.

The organization can then decide if and how to implement the recommendations, but BugSec can help to verify, after the implementation, whether the implementation was done correctly and if the organization is really protected against similar incidents.

If the organization wants us to do this, we declare the incident fully closed only after us performing verification tests and if not, then our report with conclusions and recommendations signifies the end of the incident for BugSec and our Incident Response team.



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