Cyber Incident Response & Data Investigation
If your company has suffered a data breach or network compromise – we can help.
From ransomware to data theft, we have the skills and experience to help you deal with attacks on your computer systems and data.
First Response is a Cyber Incident Response and Digital Forensic Investigation company, we offer tailored services from the acquisition, analysis and presentation of electronic data involved in computer and IT investigations and litigation support, to more specialist areas such as Cybercrime Training, Malware Reverse Engineering, Cyber Readiness Planning and building an Incident Response framework.Learn More
Welcome to First Response
First Response is a London based specialist cyber incident response and digital investigation company that helps organisations navigate the complex issues surrounding systems breaches, server compromises and data loss. We work with a wide variety of clients including banks, law firms, energy & manufacturing companies and public sector bodies.Learn More >
Cyber Incident Response
First Response is a Cyber Incident Response company offering tailored services in response to network breaches. Very few organisations have the technical skills in-house to deal with sophisticated multi-tier attacks, and often the well-intentioned but clumsy responses by internal teams under pressure to resolve the issue will overwrite critical evidence and greatly reduce the chances of a successful outcome.
We deal with data loss events everyday and have learned through the mistakes of others so you don’t have to. We can resolve a current incident or help you better prepare for one in the future.
“First Response identified the source and extent of the breach and provided invaluable guidance on how to deal with it. They helped us significantly reduce the impact on our company.”Read Our Case Studies
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