Incident response is one of the most expensive cybersecurity offerings on the market, the primary reason being that insurance carriers for these firms carry the costs of remediation. To save money, many organizations assume that the protection they have against threats and their associated costs is sufficient. Unfortunately, that logic is faulty. Costs stemming from losses in reputation and revenues, fines and penalties from financial institutions, and legal costs to address the disclosure of personally identifiable information (PII) go way beyond what insurance carriers cover.
Your brand is your promise and we help keep that promise to your clients. Your reputation, their reputation and identities are safeguarded to the highest levels possible. Financial, reputational, and legal losses can be overwhelming and can materially cripple an organization. A great deal of focus on prevention with preparation can minimize risks and magnitude of exposure to such losses.
Any combination of cybersecurity technologies can’t prevent 100% of attacks, but we have a truly proactive approach to seek out adversaries and eliminate them: I𝜋&r. The current state of the cybersecurity industry with regard to MDR is reactive in nature, putting the “response” aspect at the forefront. When response is the focus, we essentially sit back and wait for a threat to occur, and then remediate only after the threat is identified. We simply do not operate this way at DRS.