This global eCommerce company identified a breach in their environment through a third-party plugin. Attackers had considerable time to access our customer’s code, so it was essential to quickly evaluate the potential impact.
This global financial services provider is an IR² subscriber that operates fully in the cloud. Following the report of an Okta breach, the company’s cybersecurity team had understandable concerns about the potential impacts.
A software company on AWS infrastructure found a ransom note left in their MongoDB database. They contacted Mitiga to perform incident response for a data leak and ransomware.
A worldwide cybersecurity software company had sensitive data exfiltrated in the past, and suspected the attacker regained persistency within their AWS environment. They called Mitiga to perform a threat hunt for any malicious activity.
A healthcare technology company deployed on AWS infrastructure experienced multiple incidents spanning a period of three months.
A well-known global technology company on AWS infrastructure had unknown server vulnerabilities that allowed adversaries to gain easy access to their Confluence servers. As their Incident Response partner, Mitiga performed an immediate incident response.
This cloud-native financial services provider experienced an extortionware attack. The attackers, a known organized crime group, threatened to expose sensitive customer data if they were not paid a ransom in Bitcoin. The gang gathered and encrypted exposed files, and the attackers claimed that the client data they exfiltrated was private financial data.
A fully cloud-native financial organization, with solutions deployed via cloud services, has innovative technology and a strong commitment to customers. Ensuring that their services and customer data are secure is a priority for the organization.