Rapidly resolve incidents and build a resilient environment through MOXFIVE.
MOXFIVE's Platform introduces scale to the incident response process by focusing on speed and efficiency. Our Technical Advisors will work with your team to clearly define the incident and develop the most effective response strategy. Once a plan is in place, your Technical Advisor will work in tandem with an Incident Manager to deploy the team of experts needed and manage all incident response efforts to completion.
We bring together the technology and expertise needed to deliver a superior experience for our clients.
MOXFIVE’s Platform enables victims of attacks to work with a Technical Advisor who provides expertise and guidance when they need it most while facilitating the delivery of all technical needs required, consistently and efficiently.
Strategy and Execution are the key to Incident Response
MOXFIVE provides the following benefits:
Proven Incident Management Playbook
Our Technical Advisors have managed and led many of the most prominent security investigations in the world and can quickly assess any situation to determine the most efficient and cost-effective technical response strategy.
Once a plan is in place, our Technical Advisors work in tandem with our Incident Managers to deploy the team of experts needed and manage all technical workstreams through to completion.
MOXFIVE minimizes the business impact of cyber-attacks by coupling our ‘in the trenches’ experience with the capabilities of our platform.
Real-time Status & Progress Updates
Our MOXFIVE Platform streamlines the incident response process by providing a centralized view of key milestones and project details. MOXFIVE provides the clarity and peace of mind needed for attack victims during the incident response process.
Technical Expertise at Scale
The MOXFIVE Platform combined with our extensive Partner Ecosystem improves the customer experience with its ability to quickly scale to meet the demand for incident response services and deliver the expanded expertise, technologies, and resources clients need in the wake of a cyber-attack.
Simple Unified View
The MOXFIVE Platform builds a comprehensive timeline of an attack so you can easily see, understand, and discuss what happened across multiple response teams.
Plan for the Future
Having a unified timeline can help teams better analyze what worked and what didn't so you can evaluate where improvements need to be made across processes, technologies, and teams.
With deep roots in incident response, security, and IT operations, MOXFIVE helps our clients assess technology gaps – whether before, during, or after an incident – to understand what’s needed to build more resilient business operations.
MOXFIVE recommends prioritizing these five solutions to improve IT infrastructure resilience.Data Sheet
Implement MFA for email and remote access to mitigate unauthorized access to your environment.Data Sheet
EDR tools provide strong prevention, containment and mitigation capabilities.Data Sheet
Having resilient backups can significantly reduce the time and effort needed to recover.Data Sheet
Minimize an attacker’s ability to operate in your network by strengthening security for privileged accounts.Data Sheet
Strong network segmentation can help thwart a threat actor's ability to move laterally across the network.Data Sheet
Properly securing AD is a critical step to prevent access throughout your IT environment.Data Sheet
MOXFIVE can help. Our teams are on the front lines helping companies respond to incidents and restore IT operations every day. This experience gives us the unique ability to connect the dots between business, information technology, and security objectives and helps us understand how to quickly identify gaps and build a more resilient business environment.
IT & Security Strategy
Leverage MOXFIVE Technical Advisors to support development and execution of IT and security initiatives.
Develop a tailored security program to find the right security solutions for your organizations.
Establish an ongoing relationship with MOXFIVE as your “go to” resource for IT and security
Track and assess IT inventory to optimize procurement decisions and incident response efforts.
Develop and execute migration and/or optimization of cloud service providers.
Backup Infrastructure & Storage
Implement, manage, and optimize robust backup and data storage solutions.
IT & Security Services
Deploy, manage, and support IT networks and security technology stack.
Security Awareness Training
Phishing exercises, red team/blue team training, and modular education programs for staff.
Dark Web Monitoring
Ongoing monitoring for critical information, stolen credentials, and threats targeting your organization.
Deploy critical security controls including EDR, MFA, Network Segmentation, and more.
Deploy and monitor technology stack.
Analyze health of existing security via penetration testing and vulnerability assessments or conduct M & A due diligence.
To learn more about these offerings, download our Business Resilience data sheet or click to contact us.Download Data Sheet
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