Cyber Incident Reporting Guidance

dfars 252.204-7012 requires that you report cyber incidents directly to the department of defense

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Experiencing a breach or cyber incident of any kind to your information systems is a very scary experience under any circumstance. When your information systems contain Covered Defense Information (CDI), Controlled Technical Information (CTI), or Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) it can become a nightmare and a major operational risk management crisis.

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If you believe you may have experienced a cyber incident or have questions about how to report one you can speak with one of our Compliance and Cyber Security experts for FREE to see how we may be able to help.

If you experience a cyber incident and need assistance with what to do next, immediately contact us for help. Our cyber security and compliance experts are On Call 24/7/365 to assist DOD Contractors with what to do to mitigate risk, remediate the situation, and comply with mandatory reporting requirements.

Our Cyber Incident Response Team Can Help You:

  • Analyze what happened with immediate response capabilities
  • Immediately reduce risk by helping to asses and close down common attack vectors
  • Assist in re-securing your information system and discovering how the attack happened
  • Help you prevent the attack from happening again or causing further damage
  • Ensure that critical data and information systems are preserved for forensic analysis as required by DFARS 252.204-7012 should the Department of Defense want to analyze your systems
  • Help keep you up, running, and accomplishing your mission with the least possible interruption while complying with all Cyber Incident Reporting requirements
  • Take images of affected servers and computers to preserve the state of incident for analysis at a later time where necessary
  • Help you properly understand and report the incident to the Department of Defense as required by DFARS 252.204-7012
  • Help you implement and execute a compliant Cyber Incident Reporting policy and procedure
  • Assist with Cyber Incident training and procedures before, during and after an incident

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The steps you take during and after a cyber incident are critical

Failure to properly comply and report a cyber incident can have a devastating effect on your business:

Cyber Security and Information Security are at the top of the DoD’s list of concerns. They need partners and contractors they can trust to be transparent with what happens to their information. As a result, there are heavy consequences beyond the impact of the cyber incident or attack which may include:

  • Breach of Contract Damages
  • False Claims Act Damages
  • Termination Of Your Contract
  • A Poor Performance Rating
  • Black Listing and Reputational Damage With The Government

If you have experienced a Cyber Incident, we can help but you must act now. Give us a call right now at 757-320-0550 and we will get you connected immediately with an expert on our Cyber Incident Response Team to help.

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