Kyndryl intros Cybersecurity Incident Response and Forensics service

Kyndryl, the world’s leading provider of IT infrastructure services, has launched its Cybersecurity Incident Response and Forensics (CSIRF) service.
Infrastructure service provider KyndrylThis cyber security service empowers enterprise customers to proactively prepare for and address threats by leveraging Kyndryl’s threat intelligence and the expertise of its domain security specialists.

Kyndryl will be offering incident triage, incident response, threat intelligence, compliance monitoring, and management, this service enables customers to effectively investigate and respond to security incidents. Additionally, customers can choose proactive services that significantly reduce incident response time.

Kyndryl’s CSIRF service integrates incident response (IR) support, forensics, and recovery capabilities. It empowers customers to analyze, identify, compare, and understand the evidence and origins of cyber incidents. In the event of an occurrence such as ransomware, Kyndryl’s CSIRF experts provide on-demand, hands-on assistance to help customers overcome threats to their businesses.

Kris Lovejoy, Kyndryl Security and Resiliency Global Practice Leader, emphasized the importance of cyber resilience, which involves anticipating, protecting against, withstanding, and recovering from adverse cyber conditions, stresses, attacks, and compromises.

The CSIRF service plays a vital role in discovering and responding to security incidents, offering advanced threat detection response and forensics. Kyndryl’s aim is to transform the cybersecurity landscape, shifting the focus from mere security to the broader concept of cyber resilience.

The CSIRF service is a complement to Kyndryl’s Recovery Retainer Service, designed to aid customers in rebuilding their environments following cyber security events. When combined with the Recovery Retainer Service, CSIRF provides customers with on-demand access to experts who can effectively guide them in recovering from and mitigating the impact of cyberattacks.