The Cloud Incident
Response Company

Cloud Incident Response starts before the compromise is detected

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Get back to business as usual after an incident. FAST

Mitiga dramatically accelerates investigation, response, and time to recovery for cloud and hybrid environments, lowers the impact of cyber breaches, and optimizes cloud security incident readiness and resilience.

Zero-Cost IR
Mitiga’s shared responsibility approach to cloud incidents starts before the boom. This proactive investment in readiness, combined with advanced forensics data collection, lowers the impact of cyber breaches and optimizes an organization's incident response.

Mitiga Platform - What We Know

"We know how important it is to be prepared before an incident occurs, especially in cloud infrastructure."
- Adam Fletcher, Chief Security Officer at Blackstone

Here's what we do.

The Mitiga Platform proactively gathers data so our experts can immediately start incident investigation to quickly get you back to business as usual without additional costs
Fastest Time to Recovery

IR2 captures and enriches forensics data, using automation to accelerate investigation and find the answers to get back to business as usual.

Ongoing Visibility & Transparency

Continuous visibility and orchestration across people, teams, time, and 3rd party organizations allows rapid and accurate decision-making during a crisis.

Shared Responsibility Model

A commitment to improving cloud incident readiness helps your organization rapidly recover from an attack without incurring additional costs.

Immediate Forensics Investigation

With all of the required log data collected and ready, investigation begins as soon as an incident is reported. No need to waste time retrieving data, or worse risk not having it.

Resources

Insight and analysis into cloud incidents, threat research, and cybersecurity trends
Join Mitiga at RSA Conference 2022 in San Francisco

Are you headed to the RSA Conference in San Francisco? I'm excited to be attending for the first time in quite a few years. It’s the first time many of us — attendees, exhibitors, speakers, and staff alike — are participating in a large-scale conference in person in two years. We’re hoping to make it fun and engaging for everyone we see at the conference. To do that, we have some plans...

Lessons Learned from WannaCry: Are We Ready for Another Global Attack?

Five years ago, the WannaCry ransomware cryptoworm targeted computers running Microsoft Windows, encrypting data at organizations around the world. The attackers demanded a ransom of just $300 worth of bitcoins within three days or the files would be permanently deleted. The cryptoworm leveraged the EternalBlue exploit, which the National Security Agency developed to attack older Windows Systems.

SaaS Breaches: How to Think about Security in Cloud Apps and Services

The Okta breach is yet another indication of what we have been seeing for the past few years in the cybersecurity industry, particularly in the incident response practice, demonstrating the increased sophistication and capabilities of various attack groups.

Cloud Incident Readiness plus No Additional Cost Cloud Incident Response equals Cloud Incident Responsibility

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