RESPOND PROACTIVELY TO REDUCE THE COST OF A BREACH Your attack response determines could potentially prevent the spread of harmful malware, further data loss and increased legal liability. We can help minimize the impact to your business.
“Thank you so much for your swift action and remarkable level of expertise.”
– Nationally-Ranked Hospital
RESPOND COMPREHENSIVELY TO MITIGATE RISK Get the full perspective of potential attacks and how to address them. We can prepare your team on what to do, who to contact, what to communicate should you get attacked.
IR Readiness Assessment
Incident Response Requirements Review
Point-by-Point Incident Response Planning
First Responder Training and IR Team Training
RESPOND SMARTLY TO PROTECT CUSTOMERS AND BRAND Let us help assess your current incident response readiness and get you prepared before a security event occurs. We are here for you to navigate the complexities of a security incident and provide peace of mind you have a reasonable and appropriate plan.
“The response time was great. HALOCK was able to help put us on the road to recovery as quickly as possible.”
– Electrical Equipment Supplier
HALOCK is a trusted risk management and cybersecurity company headquartered in Schaumburg, IL, in the Chicago area and advises clients on reasonable security, risk assessments, penetration testing services, security management, architecture reviews, and compliance throughout the US.
As principal authors of CIS Risk Assessment Method (RAM) and board members of The Duty of Care Risk Analysis (DoCRA) Council, HALOCK offers the unique insight to help organizations define their acceptable level of risk and establish “duty of care” for cybersecurity. Through this risk assessment method, businesses can evaluate cyber risk that is clear to legal authorities, regulators, executives, lay people, and security practitioners.
HALOCK Breach Bulletins Read HALOCK overviews and analyses about recent data breaches to understand what are common threats and attacks that may impact your organization – featuring description, indicators of compromise (IoC), containment, and prevention.