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Rapid Assist

Every second counts

Stop breaches with Rapid Assist before they disrupt your business.

Challenges in rapidly detecting and responding to threats

54%

Of cyber attackers can breach the perimeter, identify critical data and exfiltrate in under 15 hours

70%

Of cyber attackers use tools and technology to cover their tracks, making it difficult to conduct forensic investigation

$15,000

Every day a breach goes unnoticed costs a business an average of $15,000



Mean time to identify a cyberthreat : 206 days

Mean time to contain a cyberthreat : 73 days

How does Rapid Assist solve these challenges?

Determine the extent

Collects critical network and endpoint data, providing on-site and remote incident response teams with crucial information that speeds forensic investigation

Disrupt the threat

Minimizes threat actor dwell time with embedded containment capabilities via host isolation and network communication disruption

Eliminate all traces

Captures full network packets and endpoint telemetry, ensuring incident responders have a comprehensive picture on how to eliminate all traces of the threat

Monitors for reentry

Rapid Assist monitors for threat reentry, ensuring the network and endpoints are not susceptible to new points of attack

How does it work?

How does Rapid Assist protect You?

Deploys within hours

Full packet capture visibility

Reduces forensic investigation timeline

Host isolation

Contains threats by TCP reset

Monitor for threat reentry

Confirms successful remediation

What Are Your Expected Outcomes?

Minimize threat actor dwell time

Prevents lateral spread

Prevents data exfiltration

Reduces risk exposure during an active breach

Technology and tools to collect and contain threats

The Rapid Assist Approach

Traditional Incident Response (IR) eSentire Rapid Assist
Monitoring during incident response process for additional attacks
Containment of threat: host isolation
Containment of threat: network communication disruption
Post event monitoring for threat actor reentry
Confirmation that network changes are hardened against new attacks
Analysis of incident for procedural and policy implications
Evidence collection for forensic investigation

Augments, collecting evidence prior to IR team deployment and during investigation

Determine priority, scope and root cause

Augments, collecting evidence prior to IR team deployment and during investigation

Repair of affected systems
Implementation of network changes
Communication and instructions to affected partners
Incorporation of lessons learned into future response activities and training

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