Mastering incident response planning

Redhawk's incident response planning services train and test your team's ability to detect, respond to, and recover from security incidents such as cybercrime, data loss, and service outages.


Your organization is the biggest target for data breaches.

Your organization needs to be prepared for information leaks, account and network compromises, and data breaches. If you’re asking if your organization will be breached, the answer is yes.

The better you can prepare for inevitable cyberattacks with a well-defined Incident Response Plan (IRP), the better armed your organization will be. An Incident Response Plan is a set of instructions to help you detect, respond to, and manage a security incident. Building a clear IRP that you can rely on will help guide you and prepare for the imminent security incident. Your goal is to limit potential damage, reduce risks, and get your organization back on track.

Sixty percent of small and mid-sized businesses that are hacked go out of business within six months

according to the National Cyber Security Alliance.


7 in 10

of all organizations in the United States were affected by a data breach, according to the 2018 Thales Data Threat Report.

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The consequences of not having an incident response plan in place:



Customer/Patient Issues

Compliance Issues

Loss of Revenue

Loss of Reputation

Regulatory fines, lawsuits

Loss of Business

Business Shutting Down

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Redhawk can partner with you to manage your incident response

The good news is Redhawk Network Security is your ally to help you protect your network, information, and assets.

We can help you manage the incident response process every step of the way, starting with the Incident Response Plan (IRP) and continuing with plan development and testing. If you do not yet have an IRP, you are not alone. Seventy seven percent of organizations do not have a formal cybersecurity incident response plan in place, according to the Ponemon Institute.

Cyber attackers and hackers are becoming more sophisticated and motivated. They are constantly spawning new attacks to compromise, steal or destroy critical information and disrupt organizations, according to GCN. Redhawk can take your existing incident management policy—or build one from scratch—and work with you to develop it into an Incident Response Plan with thorough development, training, testing, and observation oversight.

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The best way to evaluate the risks of system misconfigurations based on the results of a simulated attack.

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You cannot be confident about the implementation of your security controls without testing them first and the best way to test your security controls is to simulate what the bad guys would do to evade or circumvent your security controls.


CISO, Redhawk Network Security