Detect Services

Detect provides the enhanced visibility your organisation needs to improve its cyber security posture by:

Extending detection capabilities beyond network-based monitoring.

Identifying threats missed by traditional preventative security.

Helping to quickly identify the root cause of attacks.

Hunting for threats that exhibit suspicious patterns of behaviour.

Vulnerability Assessment

Vulnerability assessment helps you to understand how vulnerable your critical assets are to cyber-attacks.

Gain visibility of assets to understand how vulnerable your critical assets are.

Understand effectiveness of defensive controls, vulnerability assessment reviews the capability of your internal and external defences.

Improve cyber security planning by prioritises your organisation’s cyber security risks to highlight those requiring greatest attention.

Meet regulatory and government security requirements (e.g., POPI, GDPR, ETC.).

Ransomware And Malware Services

Ransomware incidents can impose significant operational and financial costs on organizations. Recently, organizations across 150 countries fell victim to the WannaCry outbreak.

Determine the initial point of entry and root cause of the attack.

Identify the full scope of system(s) targeted with ransomware.

Explain the type of data affected by the ransomware attack.

Explain the type of data affected by the ransomware attack.

Conduct ongoing monitoring and hunting.

Security Policies

Improved productivity and introductory policies and standards, including information security management structure and responsibilities.

Organize information security policies and standards into meaningful categories.

Information classification and control.

Security Controls

Security controls must be kept up to date multiple times to meet the demands of an evolving threat and vulnerability landscape.

Discover your information assets and estimate their value; think through potential attacks against those assets.

Assess the organization’s current state of information security controls as compared best practices.

Fill the priority gaps first and focus on remedies that you can achieve in the short term.

System Hardening

A hardened system is one that is fundamentally secure and rendered hack-proof. Hardening a device requires known security ‘vulnerabilities’ to be eliminated or mitigated.

 

Ethical Hacking/Social Engineering

There are many types of attacks; both malicious and unintentional. Test hacking your system is paramount for security and compliance reporting.

System sabotage: This type of attack is malicious in nature and usually consists of a disgruntled insider destroying data or rendering an operating system or applications unusable in some way.

Theft of assets data or: Usually malicious, this attack can be very difficult to identify and may be one of the most damaging overall.

Introduction of “bad code”: An attack of this nature may be deliberate or accidental.

Introduction of malware: This is an attack that may not be deliberate in nature; many malware infections are unintentional.

Social engineering: It is often said that the weakest link in the chain of security is people, and by exploiting them, insiders can easily bypass policies and controls.

Database Vulnerability Assessment

Looks deeper than patch levels, down to specific configurations and even an analysis of user entitlements.

Database inventory and user accounts – DBAs, root, system admins – which have access to the database.

 

Network Forensic Monitoring

Find proof of attacks—whether they’ve just begun or occurred days ago–so that IT engineers and security teams can understand the attacks and stop them.

Apply filters to isolate malicious behaviour.

Equip your network IT team with a powerful incident response to Pinpoint a Security Attack.

Managed Firewall

Managed Firewall – “Through 2018, more than 95 percent of firewall breaches will be caused by misconfigurations, not firewall flaws.”

Stolen data fuels a highly profitable cybercrime economy and organizations are constantly under attack. The risk of data breach drives the need to add more security and the need to see and control network traffic, especially at the network perimeter or between network segments within an organization.

 

Segmentation

Network segmentation is a best practice to enable the enterprise to add additional layers of protection around sensitive data to isolate these assets from the touch of would be hackers and unauthorized users.

Visualize and manage network segmentation.

Centrally alert on policy violations.

Visibility to better manage network security policies and network segmentation.

Security Awareness Training

Education Services enhance your team’s operational skills and improve their ability to prevent, detect, and respond to cyber attacks.

We follow a proven training methodology that is enhanced by our significant experience responding to real-world attacks.

We help our clients respond to sophisticated security breaches daily — we are able to leverage our understanding of attackers’ methodologies, tools and tactics to identify security vulnerabilities.

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