Our best-in-class Breach Detection, Investigation & Response include Pre-breach and Post-breach services, Breach Remediate, Backup Restore, Data Breach Protection, Security Breach Services,
and Dark Web Monitoring

Breach Detection, Investigation & Response

REAL-TIME Threat Detection And Response

Risk Cognizance provides a comprehensive Breach Detection, Investigation & Response. Our breach experts have the skillset and the toolset needed to resolve, contain, and remediate any cyber breach. We utilized multiple technologies depending on the environment withier on-premise or cloud to detect suspicious activities that may lead to a violation. Risk Cognizance team will implement the right breach detection technologies to assist your organization, which include Cyber Threat Intelligence, Data Loss Prevention (DLP), Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), Managed Detection and Response Services (MDR), Managed Intrusion Prevention, and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR).


Endpoint host intrusion prevention solutions with continuous monitoring, real-time breach detection, and containment. We can stop the breach at the first endpoint and ensure no other endpoints are compromised.

We implement multiple technologies for security in-depth breach detection. Risk Cognizance understands that hackers can outpace endpoint protection, breach detection, and containment efforts. Overcome cyber security skills shortages and join our streamlined SOC operations, which aid in fast breach detection 24/7 every day.


Protecting against a data breach is increasingly a complex problem for organizations — and the average cost of a data breach continues to rise, up to an average of $3.92 million in 2019 for those surveyed, according to the most recent “Cost of a Data Breach Report,” conducted by the Ponemon Institute. Although protection is an essential part of cybersecurity, the odds of a breach are also rising. This can put pressure on security teams to have a plan to respond to what seems like an inevitable certainty will occur. There were 5,183 breaches reported in the first nine months of 2019 exposing 7.9 billion records.

Compared to Q3 2018, the total number of breaches was up 33.3%, and the total number of records exposed more than doubled, up 112%. Hacking remains the top breach type for several incidents, while Web has revealed the most records this year. By the economic sector, medical services, retailers, and public entities experienced the most breaches, but when all business-related sectors are combined, general business remains the most breached organization type. In Q3 alone, six breaches exposed 100M or more records, accounting for 3.1 billion records between July 1st and September 30th.

Key findings phishing attack volume grew 40.9% in 2018. 83.9% of attacks targeted credentials for financial, email, cloud, payment, and SaaS services. The use of free website infrastructure to stage and launch attacks grew substantially.

What Is A Data Breach?

A data breach is the intentional or unintentional release of secure or private/confidential information to an untrusted environment. Other terms for this phenomenon include unintentional information disclosure, data leak, and ill. Incidents range from concerted attacks by black hats associated with organized crime, political activists, or national governments to careless disposal of used computer equipment or data storage media.