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Safeguarding Your People, Computers, and Information

Strengthen your defenses.

  • Raise awareness and update your planning for a safer, more secure environment.
  • Vulnerability scanning and reporting.
  • Penetration testing and analysis.
  • Consider changes to operations, practices and standards.
  • Identify industry threats as they are developed and evolve.
  • Develop common-sense contingency plans for limiting and recovering from an attack.
  • Identify additional steps and suggested changes to improve overall security without disrupting operations.

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Simplicity in a Complex World

The problem with acquiring Cybersecurity services and consulting is that the possibilities can get very complicated very quickly. There are so many possible threats and risks and so many ways to deal with them, and the threat landscape is continuously changing.

We believe in listening to our clients, evaluating the threats to their data and operations, and then deploying the simplest, most cost-effective tools and practices. We know that there are proven technologies, services, and best practices which will greatly enhance your protection and reduce your risks.

Security needs and solutions can be complex.

A Data Security Policy

  • Actually a SET of policies, addressing various factors specific to your organization and operations
  • Identification and description of the relevant compliance and regulatory concerns
  • Outlines various types of threats and risks that involve user behavior, and best practices used as countermeasures
  • Designation of specific individuals responsible for adherence to the policy, and for recovery steps after any breach
  • A plan for continuity of operations that insures the business or organization will survive any data breach or security incident

Data Security plans need to be approved at the highest levels of the company.

Your Security Testing Plan

  • A statement of goals and objectives, prioritized, recognizing that no organization or network is ever 100% secure
  • Distinct phases, including footprinting, enumeration, penetration testing, evaluating results, and implementing recommendations
  • Human-based "social engineering" attacks as well as technology-based hacks and other threats
  • A schedule designed for effectiveness rather than speed, clearly stating responsibilities and permissions
  • Consideration of the costs of testing and changing policies, balancing user productivity with the importance of securing various data

Security testing plans have distinct phases.

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