WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Global cyber research firm Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that cybercrime damages will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021, doubling from $3 trillion in 2015. Mindful of the crippling cost and staggering volume of cybersecurity events, Integreon today launches its new Cyber Incident Response (CIR) Service.
After a cyber breach occurs, Integreon’s CIR professionals quickly and accurately identify, extract and organize sensitive data to create clean lists of affected individuals for state attorneys general, consumer protection authorities and/or national credit bureaus that must be notified of the breach. Equipped with proven processes, skilled professionals and enhanced technology, CIR leverages dedicated resources from Integreon’s global delivery centers strategically located in North America, Europe and Asia to work 24/7 if necessary.
A global leader in alternative legal, business and research support services, Integreon is experienced in handling sensitive Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Personal Health Information (PHI) to ensure compliance with government regulations and information requests such as DSARs (Data Subject Access Requests) related to GDPR regulations. Since GDRP requires notification of European regulators within 72 hours of a cyber incident being discovered, the CIR team must ramp-up fast to produce a clean list of parties affected by the breach, thereby ensuring compliance.
Integreon CIR Ensures Swift Response and Full Compliance.
Jamie Berry, Executive Vice President – Legal Services at Integreon, commented, “Integreon’s Cyber Incident Response Service or ‘CIR’ is one of the fastest-growing service lines within the company. Our dedicated force of hundreds of professionals across three continents has already successfully completed 300+ incident response support assignments. Integreon’s substantial global resources provide clients with a deep bench of qualified talent, up-to-date technology tools, and modern project management techniques to address their cyber incident response needs with excellent results.”
Lee Marler, Global CIR Director at Integreon, has been a driving force behind developing and implementing this service. Marler said: “Because companies and clients dealing with cyber incidents require speed, accuracy, agility and thoroughness, our primary objective is to establish and maintain a practice that quickly mobilizes and completes incident response projects efficiently. As a result, we are able to develop continuous improvement enhancements and state-of-the-art tools and processes that enable us to leverage a team of more than 500 dedicated professionals – all of which are focused solely on information review for CIR engagements.”
Integreon CIR is the most recent example of Integreon’s expansion and innovation into new areas. In June 2019, the company launched its new Subpoena Processing and Compliance Service (SPC) dedicated outsourced team of skilled project managers and attorneys, partnering with companies to receive and reply to incoming third-party subpoena demands.
Integreon will be sponsoring two upcoming NetDiligence Cyber Risk Summits in 2019 including Santa Monica on October 15-17, at which Jamie Berry will be speaking, and London on December 2-3.
Integreon is a trusted, global provider of award-winning legal and business solutions to leading law firms, corporations and professional services firms. We apply a highly trained, experienced staff of 2,400 associates globally to a wide range of problems that require scale and expertise, enabling clients to become more operationally efficient by streamlining operations, maximizing investment and improving the quality of work they provide their end clients. With delivery centers on three continents, Integreon offers multi-lingual, around-the-clock support, as well as onshore, offshore and onsite delivery of our award-winning services. For more information about Integreon’s extensive range of services, visit www.Integreon.com and follow Integreon at LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.