Eradicate threats. Expel attackers. Return to business.
Every second counts when it comes to a breach
Even the smallest security incident is a big deal. When you’re up against an attack, how quickly you contain and remediate the issue is critical. Often, the full impact of a breach is not immediately known. Businesses face extensive risks to revenue and reputation. Managing the aftermath can be very expensive.
Quickly detect and remove threats, secure IT, and return to business
With Fidelis at your side, your Incident Response program can quickly identify and resolve threats. Fidelis Elevate provides contextual visibility across endpoints, network and cloud traffic to help you fully understand the who, what, when, where, and how of the situation. This helps incident responders with timely detection, the discovery of attacker activity, identification of compromised systems and data accessed or removed, and the ability to prevent similar re-occurrences through automated response playbooks.
If you prefer to outsource incident response, our team provides end-to-end support from initial response to remediation and recovery. We help quickly identify and remove attackers from the environment, re-secure the enterprise and help your organization successfully recover from an incident. Our professionals have helped remediate some of the world’s most high-profile security breaches including more than 4,000 security cases in both the commercial and government sectors and have provided expert testimony in over 100 court proceedings.
IT complexity is helping adversaries thrive
The number of security incidents is growing at an exponential rate. Data breaches exposed 4.1 billion records in the first half of 2019 and 36 billion records in the first half of 2020. 71% of breaches were financially motivated and 25% were motivated by espionage. The average lifecycle of a breach was 280 days from identification to containment. Including turnover of customers, increased customer acquisition activities, reputation losses and diminished goodwill, the cost of lost business globally was highest for U.S. companies at $4.13 million per company. Damage related to cybercrime is projected to hit $10.5 trillion annually by 2025.