Automating your Incident Response Plan

For IT teams, establishing an incident response plan is critical. This is a step-by-step procedure that will be followed in case of incidences such as malware alert, hardware failure, etc.  

For example, an employee opened an email attachment, and as a result, infected the device with a virus that has put the network at risk. How will the IT team resolve this issue? 

What if this happened to 10 or 100 employees all at the same time? Or an attack happened in the middle of the night where IT people are asleep and are offsite? By the time they get to the office in the morning, a considerable amount of damage has already been done and may have affected other devices in the network. 

Using a Managed Security Operations Center (Managed SOC) will secure your network make the incident response time faster.  

A Managed SOC allows you to define incidence response plans by: 

  • Learning the unique behavior of your organization to define what instances are normal from what is suspicious.  
  • When it comes across suspicious behavior, our SOC engineers validate if this is something legitimate or a false positive. 

The remediation process will be based on the plan that was previously defined and will therefore determine whether the issue can be fixed, what needs to be done to fix the problem and take the next steps to get the machine back up and running again.   

Automate your processes while getting that 360-degree protection for your business with Managed SOC. If you need guidance and assistance with Managed SOC, please contact Business Cybersecurity Solutions (847-430-4900) or email us at for more information.  

It is important to have experts guide you by evaluating what you already have and recommending the right solution for your business 

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