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CynergisTek’s Incident Response Event Service provides industry expert support to help you quickly respond to an active incident. Our experts, available 24/7/365, are a phone call away when an incident happens. They will help identify the initial steps to contain and control an incident, and a resource can be deployed to be on-site within 24 hours. Together, our experts will guide you through how to execute your incident response plan and develop a resource and recovery plan.

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Contact us to learn more about our incident response event services and how we can help your organization.

Benefits of Incident Response Event Service:

Added Support and Expertise to Identify Critical Next Steps and Respond to an Incident

Provides a Dedicated Subject Matter Expert to Advise on Administrative, Technical, Physical, and Privacy Controls that May Be Overlooked by Internal Staff

Recommendations to Recover and Remediate Post Incident

What Our Clients Say

Having a partner that is actively monitoring our systems, trends, local and global threats not only saves the Virtua IT Security team time, but provides us with the ability to proactively look at potential threats to plan accordingly. The partnership with CynergisTek has allowed us to focus on compliance, developing risk programs, policy and procedures leading to a culture focused on making us more secure.

Tom Gordon, CIO, Virtua

CynergisTek’s impact on our overall sense of security is significant because we can always get answers very quickly. Their resources work directly with our information security operations staff while the executive team meets with our senior leadership to talk about strategy. We love how CynergisTek’s leadership always seems to know exactly what we need.

CIO, KLAS Security Advisory Report, Oct. 2016

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