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We dare say it – we are incident-response specialists!

Sentor has extensive experience in incident management. An incident may be a mistake, an accident or an attack that has some specific purpose. A security incident may occur overnight that affects the entire organization.

Sentor can support you no matter what situation you are in. We help clients handle emergency situations and implement preventative controls to prevent security incidents from occurring in the first place.

Preventative actions – trim your incident response work

The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) determines that a company must report an incident to the supervisory authority within 72 hours. To comply with the new regulation and avoid fines controls and processes need to be in place.

Sentor can support your organization with:

  • Development of incident response plans, policies and procedures
  • Training your staff so that they know exactly how to act in case of an incident
  • Network and log monitoring 24/7 to detect external and internal threats

In case of emergency – project management and forensic investigations

Do you suspect that someone has breached your network? Do you have important files that you cannot access? Whatever the situation, our security specialists can help you deal with the emergency.

We can assist you investigate what happened, assess the extent of the damage, secure evidence and help you take control of the situation. We can also act as an advisor to ensure that something like this never happens again.

To contact us please use the form below or call 08-545333 00. You may also reach us by sending an encrypted email to soc[at] Our public PGP key is here!

Would you like to have more information? Please contact us and we will get back to you!

Video: BBC visited Sentor

Sentor's technical security consultant demonstrates how easy it is to exploit a security hole in an application and get access to critical information. He even takes control of the microphone and webcam on the journalist’s computer.

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