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Breach Readiness and Response

Prevent. Detect. Respond.

Advanced malware can evade even the best frontline defenses. Antivirus, firewalls, and intrusion prevention systems help block data breaches, but they will never detect 100 percent of all the threats. Organizations need to be ready to respond with technology that can quickly detect, contain, and remediate malware that eluded the frontline defenses.

Slower response = higher risk

66%

66% of breaches take months or even years to discover.

60%

60% of breaches have data exfiltrated in the first 24 hours.

33%

33% of organizations discover breaches through their own monitoring. 

What’s inside Breach Readiness and Response

Cisco Incident Response Services

Prepare to deal with breaches when and where they occur, respond quickly to remediate the breach, and minimize the impact to your organization.

Cisco Umbrella

Cisco Umbrella provides the first line of defense against threats on the Internet. Delivered from the cloud, Umbrella is the easiest way to protect all of your users in minutes.

Cisco AMP for Endpoints

Prevent breaches and block malware at the point of entry. It rapidly detects, contains, and remediates advanced threats that evade frontline defenses and get inside your network.

Get incident response help

If a breach happens, Cisco Incident Response Services experts are available within hours to help you contain it and fix the root causes.

Have you heard of invisible malware?

Our threat researchers have discovered new strains of fileless malware that turn everything we knew about malware upside down.

News and events

Detection, response, and remediation

On November 13, 2018, Cisco announced new Security Portfolio enhancements at Cisco Partner Summit. These enhancements deliver better detection, response, and remediation.

Compromise assessment vs. threat hunting

Proactive threat hunting and compromise assessments are becoming increasingly popular, but it is important to understand the differences in their scope and depth.

The last line of defense: endpoints

Data resides in the endpoints. Where your data goes, is your perimeter. So you had better protect your edge.