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We make it possible for organizations to adopt a security-first mindset. Businesses that rely on technology may find our managed security services to be of use to them.
  • Web/Mobile/Cloud VAPT
  • Blockchain/NFT & Smart Contact Audit
  • Social Media Risk Assessment
  • Cloud Security Audit
  • Data Loss Prevention
  • Information Security & Gap Assessment (SIEM)
  • Digital Forensic & Incident Responsea (DFIR)
  • Secure Code Audit
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Cyber Security Audit

In general, a cyber security audit is a methodical and unbiased review of a company's cyber security posture and procedures. In a security audit, it is determined whether or not the required security controls, policies, and processes have been implemented and are operating correctly and efficiently.

You have implemented a number of policies to protect your company's information technology assets. The purpose of a cyber security audit is to provide you with a "checklist" that you can use to confirm that your controls are operating properly. In a word, it allows you to evaluate the outcomes of your security measures and assess whether or not they fulfil your goals.

It is the purpose of a cyber security audit to provide an assessment of an organization's security posture to its management, vendors, and customers, among other parties.

Audits are critical in supporting businesses in avoiding cyber-related risks. As part of the discovery and testing process, they look for weaknesses or vulnerabilities that might be exploited by a malevolent actor in the case of a cyberattack.

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Blockchain & Web3.0 Audit

As a matter of principle, blockchains are impenetrable to the alteration of any information that has been recorded on them. If we think about it in terms of function, a blockchain may be thought of as an open, distributed ledger that can be used to record transactions between two parties in a way that is efficient, verifiable, and permanent. The blockchain may be used as a source of verification for transactions that have been reported to the appropriate authorities and authorities.

As an alternative to requesting bank statements from customers or sending confirmation requests to third parties, auditors can simply check transactions on publicly available blockchain ledgers, such as those found at http://blockchain.info or http://www.blockexplorer.com, which will save them both time and money. The automation of this verification technique will result in considerable cost savings in the auditing environment as a consequence of the increased automation.

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Effective Social Media Risk Management

In-depth analyses and recording of the threats your company is exposed to on social media, as well as the processes in place to help prevent or decrease such risks, are part of a social media risk assessment. A list of threats is presented, as well as the vulnerabilities that they exploit and the mechanisms that you have in place to mitigate those vulnerabilities. It also includes an estimate of the likelihood that the risk will occur and the possible severity of the threat's impact on your company.

For example, the chance that an employee would mistakenly expose consumer information is an issue that all firms must address. It is possible that an accident occurred, and the cause for this (vulnerability) is due to the victim's lack of training and understanding of security protocols. Implementing established workflows, training programs, guardrail software, and establishing staff rules and procedures may all help to decrease your risk exposure to cyberattacks.

Although the possibility of this occurring is extremely low, the repercussions for your organization are significant if it does.

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Need a Cloud Security Assessment?

The rapid adoption of cloud-based workloads typically outpaces an organization's ability to provide security services, creating a significant blind hole for IT management. Cloud accounts and subscriptions are extensively used by organizations; however, not all of these accounts and subscriptions receive the same level of security monitoring, leading in situations in which less "important" workloads are unable to benefit from critical security measures. When it comes to cloud systems, even those that were previously considered to be of modest relevance, the implications of a breach can be extremely serious and expensive.

It is a form of examination in which the cloud infrastructure of an organization is tested and examined in order to determine whether or not the organization is protected from a range of security threats and attacks. Unified cloud security assessment the following objectives are supposed to be achieved by the assessment:

Determine the weaknesses of the organization's cloud infrastructure, as well as any possible points of entry.
Examine the network to check if there is any indication of exploitation on the network.
The issue of preventing future assaults should be thoroughly examined.

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Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

The term "information security" refers to a combination of technologies and policies that are intended to prevent sensitive information from being lost, misused, or accessed by unauthorized individuals. A business's desire to ensure compliance with regulatory compliance standards such as HIPAA, PCI-DSS, or GDPR motivates the use of data loss prevention software.

Data loss prevention software classifies regulated, sensitive, and business-critical data and detects violations of policies specified by the business or contained within a predetermined policy pack, among other things. When end users accidentally or maliciously disclose information that puts the firm at risk, the DLP system notifies them, encrypts the data, and takes other preventive steps to prevent them from releasing information that puts the organization in danger.

Data loss prevention software and solutions must be capable of monitoring and regulating endpoint activity, filtering data streams on corporate networks, and monitoring data saved in the cloud in order to safeguard data at rest, in motion, and in use. As well as reporting to meet compliance and auditing standards, DLP also gives the ability to detect weak points and abnormalities for use in forensics and incident response.

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Information Security & Gap Assessment (SIEM)

Security information and event management (SIEM) is a way of security administration that combines SIM (security information management) and SEM (security event management) activities into a single security management system.

One of the essential aspects of every SIEM system is the capacity to gather relevant data from a variety of sources, identify deviations from the norm, and take the appropriate action in response to those deviations. A SIEM system, for example, may log more information when a problem is discovered, generate an alert, and guide further security procedures to prevent the problem from recurring.

A SIEM system can be rule-based, or it can employ a statistical correlation engine to create relationships between event log items at the most fundamental level of the event log hierarchy. UEBA (user and entity behavior analytics) is increasingly included in advanced SIEM systems, which also include security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR).

SIEM adoption in large enterprises was initially spurred by the need to ensure compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). However, concerns about advanced persistent threats (APTs) have prompted smaller businesses to investigate the advantages SIEM managed security service providers (MSSPs) can provide. Knowing that they can take a comprehensive look at all security-related data from a single location makes it simpler for enterprises of all sizes to identify trends that are out of the norm.

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Digital Forensic & Incident Responsea (DFIR)

When a company finds itself in the midst of a cyber security problem, incident response (IR) is a collection of operations that must be carried out. Cyber incidents, for the sake of information security, can be described as any occurrence that affects information confidentiality, integrity, and/or availability - the "CIA trinity," which is a set of fundamental information security principles that are frequently referenced.

IT incident response efforts will often be guided by an incident response strategy that is intended to get IT infrastructure back up and operating with the least amount of damage as possible. These frameworks are intended to aid in recovery operations, but they also serve a larger purpose by assisting firms in developing their cyber maturity and competency. These measures may aid in strengthening defenses and preventing assaults and events from impacting firms in the first place.

It is via a very detailed and complicated forensic procedure that the Department of Defense may achieve a greater level of knowledge. In order to discover who attacked them, how they got in, the specific actions attackers took to breach their systems, and what they may do to repair security holes, DFIR professionals collect, examine, and analyze a variety of information.

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Code Quality & Security Analysis

An application's source code is examined as part of a secure code review, which can either be performed manually or automatically. Finding any security weaknesses or vulnerabilities is the purpose of this investigation. Among other things, a code review searches for logic flaws, investigates how the specification is implemented, and verifies that the style requirements are being followed.

When an automated program scans an application's source code for errors based on a preset set of rules, this is known as automated code review (ACR). Automated code review can spot flaws in source code more quickly than a human reviewer can. Manual code review is a process in which a human examines the source code one line at a time, looking for flaws. Coding decisions are better understood when they are reviewed manually. The use of automated tools can save time, but they are unable to take into account the developer's aims and the overall logic of the project. In contrast, manual review is more focused and narrowly focused on a single issue.

Formal code reviews were the norm in early rounds of the code review process since they took so long. As the pace of development accelerated, this lengthy review process was transformed into a more dynamic and lightweight procedure that is compatible with agile and current development practices. It's now possible to combine review tools with SCM/IDE systems. Developers can detect and repair vulnerabilities with the use of tools like static application security testing (SAST). It's possible to use these technologies in a variety of development environments, such as GitHub and GitLab, or IDEs like Eclipse and IntelliJ.

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Network & Wireless Security Assessment

Network & Wireless Security Assessment An evaluation technique carried out by safety specialists on a user’s network in order to discover potential vulnerabilities that attackers could exploit is known as network VAPT. The ...

Information Security & Gap Assessment

It is always changing, and security policies that were effective for your organization yesterday may no longer be effective today, according to the Cyber Threat Landscape. Hacker’s launch cyberattacks on a company every ...

Digital Forensics & Incident Response (DFIR)

In the realm of cybersecurity, Digital Forensics, and Incident Response aka DFIR is an area that focuses on the identification of cyberattacks, the investigation of those assaults, and the remediation of the damage ...

Security Information & Event Management

A method of security administration known as security information and event management (SIEM) is a system that integrates SIM (security information management) and SEM (security event management) tasks into a single security management ...

Code Quality & Security Analysis

Code analysis is the inspection of source code that is carried out without the necessity for the computer to be running any program. A major component of information technology (IT) security is the ...

Social Engineering Assessment Program

Even though technical evaluations are critical for any security program, they are a poor substitute for a realistic simulation of a real-world cyberattack when used alone. There is no such thing as a ...

Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Service

Data loss prevention (DLP) can be defined as a collection of technologies and processes that are used to prevent sensitive data from being lost, compromised, exfiltrated, or accessed by unauthorized individuals, according to ...

Cyber Crime Investigation

Cyber Crime Investigation We conduct investigations into cybercrime cases, which we refer to as “Digital Crime Investigations” Any type of forged identification intended to harm a person’s reputation, including, among other things, fraud ...

Web Applications VAPT

Web Applications VAPT Most websites are susceptible to code-based or network-based attacks. The ability to manage system components such as routers, firewalls, switches, and servers as well as the website code in the ...

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