Protecting your digital assets
Our industry expertise gives us the ability to empower you to make informed decisions, enabling you to plan for and protect your digital assets and critical infrastructure against current and future security challenges.
Working to international and industry recognised standards, we help you achieve cost effective resilience, that fulfils all your accountability requirements. Our Cyber Incident Response (CIR) process helps clients to recover quickly from an incident, managing regulatory requirements and third parties with minimum disruption to service delivery.
We help you:
Our team of cyber experts work with you to help you understand, manage and contain the risks and impact of cyber attacks to your organisation. We provide the appropriate measures or solutions, prioritised for all your digital assets.
the situation and nature of an attack, including what applications are affected and where your networks, systems and user accounts have been compromised
the presence of any malicious software and exploited vulnerabilities within your IT infrastructure
a report on the extent of your collateral damage, to include any information, data leakage or stolen IP
the costs associated with loss of data and help reduce those caused through time and resources
Proactive preventative measures to limit impact of security events
At 6point6, the cyber incident response service begins before a known incident is identified, through insightful end-to-end assessments of your cyber landscape and security capability.
- Assessment of your systems and processes
- Potential threat discovery
- Designing your response strategy
Reacting quickly for damage limitation
In the event of a security breach, our incident team will be on hand to triage, advise and act appropriately depending on the severity of the incident.
- Removal of threat
Helping you grow with confidence
At 6point6, we take a pragmatic approach to cyber security. We believe that security events of some degree are likely in any organisation. We focus on proactive measures to protect and minimise risks to your critical data and infrastructure with our annual service options, which offer proactive monitoring and industry specific cyber intelligence, so that you can grow your business with confidence.
Our approach ensures that each target data stream or infrastructure has been assessed and prioritised with specific response and remediation plans to identify, contain and resolve any such security event. Our response times are scaled appropriate to the scope, scale and severity of the incident.
Our Incident Response is delivered with a 3-tiered model which is based on a service level response time and is charged with either a per response fee or an annual retainer model.
Your Incident Response Team
Our team works quickly to minimise both the disruption to your business operations and any financial losses.
- Incident command: Your first point of contact when you call us, to identify the scope and scale of incident and assign your handling team
- Incident controller: A member of the team based on site and your single point of liaison, for ease of communication and confidentiality
- Incident handler: An expert in remediation, managing the breach remotely and supporting incident management
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Insights from our experts
September 25, 2019
Artificial Intelligence: Hype vs Reality Recap
On 11th September we unveiled our Artificial Intelligence: Hype vs Reality report. The event, took a deep dive into the findings of the report and the learnings that can be applied across enterprise when it comes to scaling AI adoption. For those who were unable to join us, here is a quick recap and we hope to see you at future events.
September 11, 2019
Artificial Intelligence: Hype vs Reality
In partnership with YouGov, we commissioned a short survey of over 1,000 senior decision makers, including owners, partners, chairpersons and non-executive directors, working across the public and private sectors. The focus of the study is to lift the veil on boards’ attitudes towards Artificial Intelligence and understand the reality of adoption and awareness at executive level.
May 13, 2019
CanSecWest – a quick overview
Should I attend CanSecWest? Yes, if you want the latest updates on developments in the security industry and turn up prepared for extremely technical seminars. On the other hand, if the aim is to network with vendors or do non-technical marketing for your company then this conference is not for you.
March 8, 2019
Building a knowledge graph
Getting more insight and value from a business’s data, for example through machine learning, first requires a considered view of the data estate. An increasingly popular method is to build a knowledge graph of all data assets in the business.
March 7, 2019
Use cases for graph databases
A graph database stores information as relationships between entities, and represents this data using nodes and edges, instead of using rows and columns in tables. But what are some of best use cases for graph databases?
February 3, 2019
Smart Blockchain – the digital backbone of your business
As Blockchain matures in the enterprise setting, the need to integrate more and more artificial intelligence (AI) into the transaction will increase, and we will start to see the promise it holds – in particular, when it comes to Digital Business Process Management.
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