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Incident Response

Opticca Security’s expert team offers you help quickly when you really need it.

Incident Response is an organized approach to address and manage the aftermath of a security breach or attack (also known as an incident). The goal is to handle the situation in a way that limits damage and reduces recovery time and costs.

Opticca Security’s expert team specializes in information technology security and can discover the root cause of a successful attack and quickly terminate these unauthorized activities.

Incident response is a critical requirement in order to be PCI compliant.

Network Forensics

Network forensics is the capture, recording, and analysis of network events in order to discover the source of security attacks or other problem incidents.

In order for forensics to be successful, records management and monitoring must be formally implemented, requiring resources and capacity. With those processes, conclusive evidence will be obtained.

Network forensics is the science of analyzing and monitoring computer network traffic to gather specific information and to detect intrusion. Since network forensics deals with dynamic, transitory data that is immediately sent and immediately lost, network forensics is considered a proactive or pre-emptive type of investigation essential for identifying ephemeral attacks before hackers erase log files.

Network forensics involves the use of two systems for collecting network information:

  • Stop, look and listen;
  • Catch it as you can.

The “stop, look and listen” method examines each packet rudimentarily in memory, saving particular data for later analysis. Faster processors are needed to keep pace with incoming network traffic.

With the “catch it as you can” approach, all packets that pass through specified traffic points are captured, written into storage and rapidly analyzed in batch mode. Although a faster processor is not necessary, this method does require larger storage capabilities.

Opticca Security will help your organization assess and address your major concerns following a security breach
  • How do you determine how long this activity has been going on? (When did the intrusion begin?)
  • Are your company assets still being attacked?
  • How many systems were affected, and how?
  • What data was taken?
  • What data was manipulated?
  • Was any sensitive, proprietary, or confidential information taken?