85% of companies have an existing incident response retainer, are planning to expand their service, or are planning to implement one in the next 12 months, according to a Forrester
Research Survey. By choosing an IR retainer and an experienced cybersecurity firm, companies are able to improve their overall security posture by appointing breach investigations, ransomware removal, and maturity assessments.
Varonis reports that there are approximately 7 million data records compromised each day, and 56 records compromised each second. This means that in the average year (365 days), based on the number of daily breaches, there’s about 2,555,000,000 (2.55 billion) records exposed annually. (Learn more…)
It is important to have a safeguard plan to not only minimize the threat, but also the resulting damage in the case that your business is faced with a security breach. Setting up an Incident Response Retainer (IRR) contract for your business will ensure that you are protected when it matters most.
An Incident Response Retainer provides an independent assessment and a guaranteed response time to any incident that may occur within an organization. Having a highly skilled elite Incident Response team at your service is not a matter of choice anymore.
In this white paper you will learn:
- The various types of IR retainers and their benefits
- How to choose a retainer that suits your company’s need
- Different types of IR Retainer Models including Contractual Agreement, Assurance Measure, and Comprehensive Model
- How to select a proper Incident Response firm
- Questions to ask when evaluating an Incident Response firm