Services and Capabilities
Incident Analysis and Response
Incident prevention and forensics
In an ideal world, we all want to prevent security incidents
before they happen. KeyCrest can recommend and put in
place a process for preventing security incidents, for
detecting incidents and stopping them before damage occurs.
But if the worst does happen, KeyCrest can help diagnose
what happened and why, and can manage the incident recovery
Incident response center operations
Many organizations are creating their own “CSIRC”, or
Computer Security Incident Response Capabilities. KeyCrest
consultants have authored documents to establish CSIRC
concept of operations and management methodologies, and
can help establish, manage, staff, and operate an incident
Disaster recovery planning
Most of us want to believe that disasters will only happen
to “other people”. But world events have proven us wrong
– disasters do happen, and they can hit close to home.
KeyCrest can help you establish a plan for responding
to disastrous events, whether they are natural – like
floods, man-made – like electrical failures, or political
– such as terrorist attacks.
Identification and removal of malware
Viruses, Trojans, and other malicious code can strike
in a matter of micro-seconds, or can hide in your infrastructure
and strike months later. KeyCrest can help analyze your
IT resources to determine whether they are free of this
code, and if malware is found, we can remove it.
Disk analysis and recovery
When security incidents happen, you may lose critical
business information. However, sometimes the information
can be recovered, even from disks which appear damaged.
KeyCrest can analyze your storage devices to determine
recoverability, and can reclaim your information when
it’s possible to do so.
Evidence recovery and retention
Because cyber-crime has grown so quickly, law enforcement
agencies are still developing techniques for collecting
and storing evidence and using it in prosecutions. KeyCrest
can help you understand the latest requirements and can
suggest ways to preserve crucial evidence safely.