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Incident Response Plan

AlphaKOR’s Incident Response Plan service defines an organized approach to handling threats. This includes threats to computers and data, as well as how to respond appropriately. This comprehensive plan also identifies and describes the roles and responsibilities of the Incident Response Team.

What An Incident Response Plan Does For Your Business


Increase Threat Response Time

Minimize your response time and operational downtime with an Incident Response Plan! This plan will contain pre-planned steps to help your organization respond to threats faster and reduce the effect of attacks.


Optimize Your Business Resources

An Incident Response Plan helps ensure that your organization utilizes the appropriate manpower, tools, and resources to efficiently respond to threats and minimize its negative impact on your organization.


Strengthen Your Cybersecurity

Incident Response Plans enable your organization to have better response capability and efficiency. When you are properly equipped to handle threats, you’ll have a better understanding of your overall security posture and the knowledge to strengthen it.


Proactively prevent Incidents and Breaches

AlphaKOR will assist in your post-mortem review of your organization’s response plan and work with you to update your policies. We’ll help you take the necessary preventive steps so incidents are less likely to occur.


Understand What to Do If a Breach Occurs

We’ll keep a pulse on your IT infrastructure with regularly scheduled, automated maintenance that assesses your system and addresses weak points right away.


Custom Incident Response Plan

When creating a custom Incident Response Plan for your organization, we’ll review your existing security measures and policies to determine its effectiveness. We will also perform a risk assessment to determine how we can refine your existing measures to improve your organization’s security posture.

More About Incident Response Plans

The following are the type of incidents that may require Incident Response Team activation.

  • Breach of personal information
  • Denial of service/Distributed denial of service
  • Firewall breach
  • Virus/Trojan/Ransomware outbreak
  • Complete Network loss
  • Total ISP/WAN loss
  • Complete Server/Storage Infrastructure loss
  • Loss of building access

 The main purpose of this Incident Response Program is to ensure an efficient recovery through the eradication of security vulnerabilities and the restoration of repaired systems.  Recovery includes ensuring the attacker’s point of penetration and any associated vulnerabilities have been eliminated and all system operations have been restored. 

The Incident Response Team is established to provide a quick, effective and orderly response to computer-related incidents such as virus infections, hacker attempts and break-ins, improper disclosure of confidential information to others, system service interruptions, breaches of personal information, and other events with serious information security implications.

 The Incident Response Team’s mission is to prevent a serious loss of profits, client confidence or information assets by providing an immediate, effective and skillful response to any unexpected event involving computer information systems, networks or databases.

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AlphaKOR Group is proud to have worked with numerous businesses all across Windsor-Essex County. This means we have experience deploying successful IT projects in a wide range of verticals. We have the experiencepersonnel, and technology to provide exceptional business technology solutions to every industry.


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Your Questions About Incident Response Plan


What is an Incident Response Plan?

An Incident Response Plan is a set of procedures and tools that your organization can use to identify, eliminate, and recover from cyber security threats. An Incident Response Plan is designed to equip your organization with the right tools and steps to respond quickly and uniformly against external threats.


What Steps Will You Include in the Plan?

An Incident Response Plan includes at least six steps to address all angels of your organization’s security, including preparation, identification, containment, eradication, recovery, and lessons learned.


Why is an Incident Response Team Important?

An Incident Response Team that knows exactly how to handle threats is important to your organization as they work to prevent a serious loss of profits, client confidence or information assets.


Does Every Business Need a Response Plan?

Incident Response Plans help organizations ensure that they know exactly what to do in the event of a breach, allowing them to act quickly and minimize damage such as organizational downtime and loss of data, as well as how to recover. Without an Incident Response Plan, your organization may not detect attacks or know what to do in the event of an attack, causing further damage.

Schedule a Meeting with AlphaKOR

When an AlphaKORian is assigned to assess your business network, no stone gets left unturned. You will have a comprehensive understanding of how your operation matches current industry standards, where your vulnerabilities are, and how you can optimize output with technology.

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