We’ve addressed ninety percent of the most high profile breaches in the last decade.1 Which means we’ve pretty much seen it all.
Cyber security threats are growing in volume and complexity. When facing an attack, time is of the essence.
How We Help
We will work with you to design a flexible master services agreement that offers a full range of services on retainer. Well ahead of an incident, we negotiate rates, service level agreements, terms and conditions, and obtain internal funding approval, saving precious time when a security breach occurs.
We’re the Go-To Incident Response Firm
Breaches present not only a technology problem but also a company-wide risk problem. As the go-to firm addressing the highest profile breaches in recent years for organizations and their law firms2, we mount an effective response and work to quickly restore normal operations.
We’re Your Trusted Advisor
As former federal prosecutors, law enforcement, and investigators, we also have litigation-aware DNA and an intimate knowledge of the legal processes and procedures arising from a data breach, providing your in-house counsel with the guidance needed to make difficult and sensitive legal calls with greater confidence.
We Bring a Diverse Perspective
Our incident response retainer offers clients quicker access to our multidisciplinary, integrated teams of specialists with backgrounds in almost every industry. This breadth of human intelligence, combined with science and logic, makes us better at identifying contextual clues and reaching containment more quickly. Together, we’re able to give you an objective, 360° view of the truth.
We Communicate Clearly
When a security breach occurs, communication is critical and requires concrete advanced planning. With an incident response retainer, we can help you communicate immediately and confidently, both internally and externally.
Get the bureaucracy out of the way. Call us, +1.212.981.6540.
1. McMillan, Robert and Ryan Knutson,“Yahoo Triples Estimate of Breached Accounts to 3 Billion.” The Wall Street Journal, October 3, 2017.