Leverages global intelligence from its Counter Threat Unit (CTU) and Security Operations Centers (SOC).
Dell SecureWorks has expanded its incident response (IR) services to address security threats from cyber criminals, hackers and nation states.
Dell SecureWorks team will be led by former director of US Army's global network operations and security center (AGNOSC) Jeff Schilling.
The unit will leverage global intelligence from its Counter Threat Unit (CTU) and Security Operations Centers (SOC) to offer protection from the complex, large-scale and highly sophisticated threats.
Dell SecureWorks Incident Response practice director, Jeff Schilling, said that it is nearly impossible for most organisations to completely resolve a security breach on their own.
"Using insights gained from the Dell SecureWorks CTU, SOC and IR teams, our responders can quickly and fully eradicate threats," Schilling added.
Expanded IR services include the advanced threat preparedness assessment service, Denial of Service (DoS) preparedness assessment services and advanced threat tabletop exercises.
Threat indicators traced by the CTU include advanced persistent threat (APT) domains, APT Command and Control (C2) sub-domains, hardcoded APT C2 IPs and APT malware families.