We evaluate environments and infrastructures to determine their levels of preparedness and to determine their ability to recovery from potential cyberattacks or data breaches. If we discover weaknesses, we perform a …
In basketball, hacked in the act connotes a player being fouled as he’s shooting the ball. But it has an entirely different meaning in the world of business: The basketball player who’s hacked in the act gets a free throw. The business that’s hacked in the act runs the risk of losing data, security, the confidence of its customers, and untold amounts of money.
It doesn’t have to be that way. That’s why we take a tiered approach by protecting assets at all layers from the gateway to the endpoint.
Here are the steps in that tiered approach:
We find the weak points and identify compliance gaps in your IT infrastructure. We evaluate your points of remote access. We assess authorization levels for access to networks and systems. We analyze perimeter and internal defenses and system configurations. And we categorize the risks and prioritize remediation efforts.
We don’t use automated scanning tools. We act like hackers to evaluate your network, your software, your security controls, and your defenses.
We monitor your IT infrastructure to make sure it remains secure and compliant. We monitor dark web data for evidence of data theft. We immediately report breaches or abnormalities. And we help prevent or minimize operational and reputational risk from hacked or exposed credentials.
If you do suffer a cyberattack, we help you recover as quickly as possible to minimize the losses of time, data, money, and credibility. We manage all the necessary response activities, including evaluated all your core infrastructure components to determine the nature of the attack and to stop it. And we take the corrective actions necessary to protect and secure vital assets while minimizing the effects of the attack and reducing recovery time.
To contain the breach and to remediate its effects, we find and eliminate the attackers. We help determine the necessary crisis communications. We interact with your cyber liability insurer to make sure any claims incurred are adjudicated appropriately. We interact with your legal counsel to gauge potential liability and help with breach notifications to credit monitoring agencies.
Once you’re back up to speed, we provide guidance and operational support for things like password resets and additional layers of security. We leave you better prepared — with stronger systems, more effective security protocols, and recommendations for future security initiatives.
We eliminate the confusion and uncertainty around cybersecurity regulations. Even as we remain vigilant for improvements, we’ll protect you from regulatory non-compliance penalties and incidents of cybercrime. We’ll make sure you have the appropriate policies, the most effective procedures, and the appropriate technical controls in place. And we can provide security-awareness training.
We can also help you with particular types of regulations and certifications that include but aren’t limited to:
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We design, install, and manage physical and virtual IT environments that are flexible and scalable to meet your evolving needs. We streamline whatever disparate systems may be in place. We establish shared storage. We monitor and manage your networks remotely, providing wired and wireless network support, including digital environment audits and vulnerability scans. We diagram and document your entire network configuration. And we establish a comprehensive workflow management system.
We make sure your infrastructure performs at its peak, is optimally configured to provide secure networking and secure computing. We’ll design your hard-wired and wireless network platforms to be accessible and flexible to ensure they contribute to your productivity around the clock. In addition, our technical team will provide periodic support services — weekly, monthly, and/or quarterly — and be available for the day-to-day fixes that are part of doing business.
We built our business on cybersecurity, managed services, and IT expertise. But we maintain our business by building relationships with our customers and giving them the service and support they deserve.