Reliance acsn’s Incident Response combines proactive and reactive services to help you prepare for a breach, and deal with it appropriately when it happens. We ready your people and processes for anticipated scenarios, understand your environment to better manage incidents when they happen, and come to your aid to mitigate breaches and remove attackers from your environment.
We’re proud to announce that Reliance acsn has been accepted into NCSC’s CHECK scheme, a prestigious cyber security designation under which we are now authorised to conduct penetration testing of some of the UK’s most sensitive and classified assets, including public sector and Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) systems and networks.
There are some key reasons why in house penetration testing is not sufficient but to understand these, it is important to first understand the pros and cons of both in-house and third-party penetration testing.
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In late 2020, the American cyber-security community discovered a widespread breach of private-sector and government networks. A primary vector for the breach appeared to be the hacking of software provided by the US information-technology company SolarWinds.
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