We investigate to help you recover.
If the worst happens, and your organization suffers from an incident resulting in a data breach or fraud involving a computer or mobile device, you can rely on Guernsey to investigate and help you recover. While recovering from a data breach or fraud, It is essential to work with trained professionals, including legal counsel, especially if there are regulatory reporting requirements or the chance that the incident could be involved in litigation.
We want to make sure your investigations and recovery are performed correctly by diagnosing and understanding the root cause of the incident, resolving the issue, and applying actions to mitigate the conditions that allowed the incident. A few examples of incidents that should be investigated in a forensically sound manner include: employee misconduct, intellectual property theft, ransomware, virus outbreaks, and other cyber-attacks.
You need a team of good guys who are trained to think like the bad guys. That’s where our cybersecurity professionals come in.
Timothy Fawcett, CISSP, CISA, CSSA
Director of Cyber Security Consulting
Tim Fawcett is the Director of Cyber Security Consulting with Guernsey. He has extensive experience in performing risk assessments for IT environments and communicating best practices related to a range of systems and technologies. Tim started his career in information assurance and auditing in 2001. In his career, he has performed IT audits, risk assessments, and cyber threat and vulnerability analyses. Specific project topics include the areas of NERC-CIP compliance, PCI Data Security Standard compliance, ERP system security, application, and operating system security configurations, business continuity planning and disaster recovery, physical security, telecommunications, and security architecture and design.
Cyber Security Consultant
Isaac is an experienced pentester with experience from dozens of penetration tests. Working with companies of all fields and all sizes, he can communicate effectively and promptly with all parties involved. Other than pen testing, he has experience in physical security assessments and forensic work.
Forensic Security Analyst
As the lead forensic examiner, Hunter's responsibilities include forensic imaging, investigations, and testifying in court. Hunter is also an expert witness in the state of Oklahoma.
Retainer or Service Contracts
Securing Guernsey as your Incident Response team sets the stage for success.
An Incident Response Plan is often a regulatory requirement or a condition of insurance coverage. Securing Guernsey as your Incident Response team sets the stage for success. We can provide qualifications, and agree to hourly rates and contract parameters so that in the event of an incident, you can focus on what matters most – your business. We help financial institutions, government agencies, and other regulated organizations develop and maintain their Incident Response Plan.
One of the benefits of partnering with Guernsey to provide Incident Response services is that we don’t require a monetary retainer-like many other forensic firms. If we enter into a retainer agreement to provide incident response services, we will work within that agreement to provide the service you need. We do not believe in providing alternative or filler services if the terms of the retainer are not required.
Disaster Recovery and Incident Management Planning
We develop procedures required to restore operations.
We work with organizations to develop, implement, and test disaster recovery and business continuity programs. Based on an evaluation of risk and identification of a range of disaster scenarios, we develop procedures required to restore operations. Guernsey will assist you with plan updates and maintenance by facilitating testing and executing tabletop exercises.
GSA Schedule 70
Engage Guernsey through Schedule 70.
Organizations that are eligible to purchase through GSA schedules can engage Guernsey through Schedule 70 - Contractor Awarded Unique Entity ID (DUNS): 062275144