Your network has been breached — now what?
The question plagues small businesses and enterprises alike. With the malware-as-a-service (MaaS) market quickly expanding, hackers leveraging advanced attack techniques, and insiders accidentally exposing your network by falling for phishing campaigns, it’s a near-certainty your business will eventually suffer a breach.
When that breach occurs, preparation is key: A Day One incident response (IR) plan streamlines your response and ensures the right people have the right resources to do their jobs — but what about remediation? How do you secure a network under threat and get back to business as usual? Start with CrowdStrike.
Remediation can’t begin until an attack is under control, and the longer attackers are in your system, the more damage they can cause. The result? You need remediation techniques ready to deploy proven containment techniques Day One, Minute One after an attack is detected. CrowdStrike’s remediation services fill this need by leveraging proven techniques to quickly surround and disarm malicious code, putting your IT team back where it belongs — in control.
Once we’ve identified an active threat and incident response plans are in place, the next task is to effectively clean and secure any affected systems. This starts with containment — the CrowdStrike Falcon™ platform offers granular control over all endpoints to ensure breach containment, while CrowdStrike’s analysis solution records and examines relevant attack signatures, behaviors and entry points.
Next, cutting-edge tools are deployed to contain or destroy offending code and prepare your system for recovery. You get total visibility into the process along with complete customization. Defend your network how you want, when you want, and observe the process in motion. Attacks are removed or contained, giving you a clean slate.
Once you’re satisfied that data exfiltration has stopped and no systems are at risk, it’s time to get back in action. CrowdStrike’s remediation methods provide three critical perspectives to streamline this process:
“In-progress” views: What’s happening at endpoints and in your network environment right now? With security reports, alerts, feeds and rules available through CrowdStrike’s intuitive web interface, the best place to begin remediation efforts can be determined quickly.
“Rear-view mirror” views: How did the attack happen? What threat vectors did attackers use, and how can you avoid a similar compromise? CrowdStrike’s Falcon Forensics Collector searches a host of digital artifacts to pinpoint key attack indicators.
Forward-looking “windshield” views: Combining Falcon Host with our Falcon Intelligence team provides the threat data needed to predict potential avenues of attack and take a proactive rather than reactive security posture.
Breaches are inevitable. Saving time and money means starting remediation immediately after detection — which demands unsurpassed IR combined with advanced threat containment and removal.