Incident Response: action and support
An effective response greatly reduces the impact of an security incident. The right Incident Response depends on the situation. From the very first moment you contact our specialists, they produce an action plan and a log. Qbit provides extensive technical and organisational advice and carries out additional analyses of aspects such as network traffic and malicious software.
Once this has been completed, Qbit delivers a report containing a precise description of the security incident. We provide information about the causes and effects, a chronological report of the activities, the result and effective recommendations and pointers to structurally improve your information security.
Obligation to report data breaches
Since 2016 organisations are obliged to report a serious data breach to the Data Protection Authority and, in some cases, to the person whose data has been breached. In 2017, more than 10,000 data breaches were reported, which is an increase of 70% compared to the previous year.
In case of data leaks and other security incidents it’s important to understand the cause and possible consequences as soon as possible. Qbit provides clarity and develops the measures needed to limit possible damage as much as possible.
Contact Qbit in case of a:
- Data security breach
- Computer hack attack
- Phishing- or social engineering attack
- Malware contamination (like ransomware)
- Denial-of-Service attack
- Unknown or indistinct security incident
Advantages of the Incident Response service:
- Quick insight into the cause and effect of a security incident.
- Access to over more than 20 years of knowledge and experience with cybersecurity.
- Practical advice for continuous improvement.
When you contact Qbit during office hours, 8 am till 6 pm, an action plan will be drafted within 24 hours. Security incidents can be reported on phone number +31 6 57 235 400, or by .