Pre-incident review of existing capabilities and recommendations to fill ransomware response gaps, if any.
Playbook | Decision Matrix | Reputation Impact Analysis | Workshop
You need to assume a ransomware attack will happen to your organization.
Ransomware attacks are sudden and devastating. Companies need to be prepared for the fallout, both internal and external, that occurs post-attack.
GroupSense has been on the front lines with small and large organizations alike, performing ransomware negotiations or assisting with the recovery of a ransomware attack. We have the experience you need to get ahead.
Get the details on what's included in the Ransomware Response Readiness Assessment (R3A).
GroupSense provides clients with specialized intelligence and cryptocurrency services should there be a ransomware attack and/or data extortion incident. Preventative monitoring, post-breach monitoring and breach notification services are also available.
GroupSense has the most experienced negotiators in handling the fallout of ransomware attacks.
GroupSense gives your organization the best chance to survive and recover from a horrible situation.
Here's a look at who has recognized us: Ransomware Archive
GroupSense is the world’s leading firm for ransomware negotiation. We understand the ransomware threat groups and how they work better than most firms because we’ve negotiated with them numerous times. Many firms can do incident response inside your firewall; while that’s important, dealing with the external threat is much more critical due to the media attention ransomware attacks bring.
GroupSense is the best at preparing you for the worst-case scenario. Having GroupSense’s experience on your side can turn a high-profile public relations disaster into a mere blip on the radar.
Enterprises need to take a more sophisticated approach to ransomware – most victims wind up suffering far more damage than is necessary, whether by overpaying threat actors, incurring brand damage and compliance violations from online data dumps or spending extended periods of time with no access to their critical data.