We conduct automated and manual technical cyber security assessments on the state of your organization’s network & web applications. Our assessments reveals vulnerabilities under real world conditions.
Most capable network and endpoint security architectures will inevitably be compromised at some point, even though security architectures emphasize early detection of compromise or abuse. Our assessment techniques utilize industry best practice methodologies, identify actions that mitigate risk, and provide an analysis of those actions including the recommended basic implementation steps to avoid compromise. Check out these guides to get started.
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... and if You Do Get Hacked?
Loss of Trust & Compromised Reputation
Customers will lose their trust in your organization if criminals start selling or abusing your information – and that’s what they do! If the scale of the attack is large enough and the type of data that’s been stolen, eventually you will lose customers. Once the word is out, customers and vendors will start thinking about whether you’re trustworthy.
If your site or apps have been the target of a malicious physical intrusion attack, your organization will lose customer data, trade secrets may be compromised when stolen – there will be financial losses. Finding the source of the attack and re-mediating them, can often very expensive due to business pressures and risks to reputation than fixing the gaps and vulnerabilities before an attack occurs.
Ultimately, intrusion attacks result in information loss, ranging from, loss of trade and corporate secrets, personal information, credit card information, and business practices. If your business is required to comply with industry regulations and you’ve been attacked, you’ll risk the loss of those certifications putting your very business at risk. Unsecured, lost or stolen laptops, tablets, USB memory sticks or servers containing critical information put your company at risk.
If the attack is significant enough and the press becomes aware, the damage will quickly inform thousands of your loss. Depending on the nature of the information stolen, your clientele may choose to sue you, if personal information falls into the wrong hands and depending on the type of client data you maintain. Law suits could potentially threaten the very existence of the organization permanently.
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