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24/7 Data Incident Response Team


“According to the U.S. Department of Justice, ransomware attacks have quadrupled this year from a year ago, averaging 4,000 a day.”
Wall Street Journal, August 2016

Over 900 million records in the U.S. have been compromised in the last 10 years, and that considers only reported data breaches, of which there were more than 5,000.
Source: Privacy Rights Clearinghouse.

Ransomware attacks and data breaches happen without warning. They can cripple your operations and expose your business to enforcement actions and significant liability if your response is not swift and compliant. Having handled in excess of 500 data incidents, including many under clients’ cyber insurance policies, our dedicated incident response team is available at a moment’s notice.

What We Can Do

  • Prepare your executive team
  • Assess your breach readiness
  • Develop an incident or breach response plan
  • Quarterback the breach-response process – manage a privileged investigation including forensic investigation/review, assess legal/contractual obligations, coordinate notification process (notifications, credit monitoring, call-center services, media, etc.)
  • Represent you in federal/state agency enforcement inquiries and class action litigations
  • Train your team using table-top exercises and other methods

Need Help with a Data Incident, Ransomware Attack, or Data Breach?

Call us at 844-544-5296 or email us.

Or for additional information, please contact a member of the Data Incident Response Team: Joseph Lazzarotti, Jason Gavejian, Damon Silver, Nicky Jatana, Frank Fanshawe, Mary Costigan, Dan MosesJennifer Richardson, or Marlo Johnson Roebuck.

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May 14, 2017

Ransomware Attacks: Prevention and Preparedness

May 14, 2017

Several years ago, cyber criminals developed a profitable form of malware, now known as ransomware. A “ransomware” attack occurs when a hacker takes control of the victim’s information systems and encrypts its data, preventing the owner from accessing it unless the victim pays a sum of money, usually in the form of bitcoins. The FBI... Read More