GoSecure Breach Readiness Services
Prepare for Cyberattacks

GoSecure Breach Readiness Services test and sharpen incident response capabilities and prepare organizations to defend against cyberattacks.

Understanding if an organization is prepared to handle an incident or respond in a crisis, for example a company-wide ransomware attack, takes a multifaceted approach. GoSecure Breach Readiness Services assess and identify gaps in key programs needed to protect organizations.

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Business Continuity Plan (BCP)

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Incident Response Plan (IRP)

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Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP)

Many organizations have documented plans for business continuity, disaster recovery, and incident response – but don’t evaluate, update or get regular external validation of their effectiveness or assess how they work together. GoSecure offers expert resources who can help assess and make improvement recommendations relevant to the organization, industry and technology tools based on the current threat environment.

81% of organizations surveyed reported being the victim of some type of data breach during the previous 12 months.*  Is your organization ready to when a breach happens?

*Osterman Research Survey Report

Prepare for the Next Incident with a Breach Readiness Assessment

The GoSecure Breach Readiness Assessment (BRA) offers a comprehensive evaluation of incident preparedness from business continuity to incident response and through disaster recovery, ensuring that the people, processes, tools and policies are ready if and when a breach happens.

GoSecure Breach Readiness Assessment

  • A comprehensive review of 11 Critical Concepts that demonstrate the organization’s ability to prepare for, defend against and respond to an incident or crisis.
  • A proprietary 75-piece framework that deeply examines every aspect of an organization’s capabilities to respond, recover and learn for the future in the event of a breach.
  • Interviews with staff and available documentation collected by GoSecure will ensure that experts evaluate the organization’s processes, policies, tools, and plans dedicated to incidents.
  • Organized by key area, reports will include detailed observations and actionable recommendations to protect against and respond to a breach.
  • A comprehensive review of 11 Critical Concepts that demonstrate the organization’s ability to prepare for, defend against and respond to an incident or crisis.
  • A proprietary 75-piece framework that deeply examines every aspect of an organization’s capabilities to respond, recover and learn for the future in the event of a breach.
  • Interviews with staff and available documentation collected by GoSecure will ensure that experts evaluate the organization’s processes, policies, tools, and plans dedicated to incidents.
  • Organized by key area, reports will include detailed observations and actionable recommendations to protect against and respond to a breach.

Preventative and Supportive Measures

Continuity Capabilities

Detection Capabilities

Crisis Coordination Capabilities

Learning
Capabilities

11 Critical Concepts of a Breach Readiness Assessment

Expedited Access to Help Capabilities

Recovery
Capabilities

Communication Capabilities

Documentation Capabilities

Technical Response Team Personnel Capabilities

Root Cause Analysis Capabilities

11 Critical Concepts of a Breach Readiness Assessment

Preventative and Supportive
Measures

Continuity Capabilities

Detection Capabilities

Crisis Coordination
Capabilities
Expedited Access to
Help Capabilities
Root Cause Analysis
Capabilities

Technical Response Team
Personnel Capabilities

Documentation Capabilities

Communication Capabilities

Recovery Capabilities

Learning Capabilities

Through the 11 Critical Concept approach, GoSecure assesses the ability to prepare for and respond to breaches holistically and not just from a single perspective. Each concept has a set of activities within a proprietary framework that when combined, deliver a complete assessment on readiness.

Once the BRA is complete, GoSecure experts are ready to support organizations that want to make improvements. Experienced professionals can help with a range of activities from writing policies and procedures, to selecting and implementing technology tools that support incident response processes.

GoSecure Tabletop Exercises

GoSecure Tabletop Exercises help organizations evaluate the improvements developed through the course of a Breach Readiness Assessment – or can be offered in a stand-alone capacity for organizations to assess / validate their ability to respond to a major incident or crisis. Organizations who have newly implemented IRPs, BRPs and/or DRPs should consider Tabletop Exercises as an option to determine if there are any gaps in policies or their implementation that should be addressed before a breach happens.

Custom Designed
Exercise

Participants can include:

  • Leadership (line of succession)
  • IT / Security / SOC
  • Operations
  • HR / Payroll
  • Legal / Compliance
  • Communications / Marketing
Observation &
Recommendations
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Custom
Designed Exercise

Participants can include:

  • Leadership (line of succession)
  • IT / Security / SOC
  • Operations
  • HR / Payroll
  • Legal / Compliance
  • Communications / Marketing

Observation &
Recommendations

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What To Expect with a GoSecure Tabletop Exercise:

  • Custom designed, real-world exercises that test the tools, processes, polices and people.
  • Elements such as the Incident Response Plan (IRP), Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and Disaster Response Plan (DRP) woven into the exercise.
  • Emphasis on group problem-solving under pressure, communications, documentation and cross-functional engagement throughout the exercise.
  • Immediate insights along with the potential for thoughtful discussions as the theoretical incident is resolved.
  • Post-exercise reports including observations, and recommendations to remedy gaps.
  • Custom designed, real-world exercises that test the tools, processes, polices and people.
  • Elements such as the Incident Response Plan (IRP), Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and Disaster Response Plan (DRP) woven into the exercise.
  • Emphasis on group problem-solving under pressure, communications, documentation and cross-functional engagement throughout the exercise.
  • Immediate insights along with the potential for thoughtful discussions as the theoretical incident is resolved.
  • Post-exercise reports including observations, and recommendations to remedy gaps.

Is it time to find out how prepared your organization is to handle a breach? The experts at GoSecure are ready to help!

Contact us to learn more about how Breach Readiness Services can help improve your capabilities to respond to incidents and crises.

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