Technology-intensive information systems and applications fuel the growth and enable businesses to carry out their missions and business functions.
Risk assessments can help organizations identify, quantify, and prioritize risks against an established criterion for risk acceptance and objectives relevant to the organization.
A high-performance, stable, scalable and secure network infrastructure is critical to business growth.
Investing time and resources on emerging technologies to stay ahead of the competition and the criminals can sometimes take the focus away from little things that can be easily exploited by a hacker to gain access to critical assets you are trying to defend.
Internet and the security blogs provide abundant security resources to help explain and address potential vulnerabilities with the most common commercial software products. However, it requires a team of dedicated security experts to continuously monitor vulnerabilities and develop strategic remediation roadmap that ensures security and resilience.
The adoption and integration of new smart grid technologies has positively impacted the utility industries globally, help reduce operating costs, enhance efficiency of services, increase predictability of service failures or disruptions and respond to customer requests at a much faster pace. While these technologies have helped utility industries, but they have come at a challenge and a cost of their own. Energy and water utilities face persistent cyber-espionage and denial-of-service attacks against their industrial-control systems.
Changing technologies introducing new complexities and create new security challenges. Organization need to do more to ensure that the sensitive data in their environment is protected from intentional and/or accidental disclosure. Vulnerability scan can help identify the gaps in your network while demonstrating how attackers can exploit these weaknesses to negatively impact your business.
Penetration testing is an essential component of a comprehensive security program. It is a proactive approach towards identifying and managing security weaknesses in your network that can be exploited by hackers.
Penetration testing can show how an attacker would gain unauthorized access to your environment through your email systems, firewalls, VPN tunnels, web servers and other network device
“There are two kinds of companies; those who’ve been hacked and those who don’t know they’ve been hacked” Former Director of FBI James Comey.
Regardless of size, industry or geographic location, businesses are under an ever-increasing threat of losing intellectual property and critical data to sophisticated, Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), attacks from hackers and malicious users or through unintentional disclosure by an honest and trustworthy employee.
Even with the best technical security controls in place, hackers continue to gain unauthorized access to secure networks, websites, and personal systems. Computer viruses, network attacks, fraud, industrial espionage, and many other types of threats are faced by organizations every day.
Security awareness training for employees, vendors, partners and third parties is the organization’s first line of defense to protect against loss of business-critical information.