Are you confident that your organization is prepared to respond to a cyber incident? A cyber incident can stop an entire organization’s ability to function, causing chaos and disruption to clinical and business operations. Taking a proactive approach to incident response (IR) will help you when, not if, systems fail, ransomware halts operations, or an attack causes a breach. We offer a suite of services as one-time engagement or as part of a bundled ongoing Incident Response Managed Service.
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