Cyber security services

Cybersecurity services encompass a wide range of solutions and activities aimed at protecting an organization’s information systems, networks, and data from cyber threats. We provide the following services:

Security risk assessment

Analyzing an organization's infrastructure, applications, and processes to identify potential vulnerabilities and security risks. A security risk assessment typically involves the following steps: Identify assets, identify threats, identify vulnerabilities, assess likelihood and impact, risk calculation, risk prioritization, develop mitigation strategies, document the risk assessment, review and update. A well-conducted security risk assessment enables an organization to make informed decisions about allocating resources and implementing security measures to protect its critical assets and reduce the likelihood of successful cyberattacks.

Penetration testing

Conducting simulated cyber-attacks to assess the effectiveness of an organization's security measures and identify weaknesses. We have a very good knowledge of penetration testing methodology, OWASP and OSSTMM.

We have excellent experience in the work of the SOC (Security Operations Centre), monitoring, identifying cyber threats and analysing data from SIEM platforms and multiple scanners.

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A security risk assessment

Create an inventory of the organization’s critical assets, including hardware, software, data, and network components. This helps to determine which assets are most important and which require the highest level of protection.

List potential threats to the organization’s information systems, such as hackers, malware, insider threats, natural disasters, or hardware failure. This step helps to understand the various ways in which the organization’s assets could be compromised.

Analyze the organization’s infrastructure, systems, applications, and processes to uncover weaknesses or vulnerabilities that could be exploited by threats. This can be done through vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, or reviewing system configurations and security policies.

Evaluate the likelihood of each threat exploiting a specific vulnerability, and estimate the potential impact on the organization’s assets, operations, and reputation. This step helps to prioritize the risks based on their potential consequences and the probability of occurrence.

Calculate the risk level for each threat-vulnerability pair, typically by multiplying the likelihood and impact scores. The result is a numerical value that represents the overall risk associated with a specific threat exploiting a vulnerability.

Rank the identified risks according to their calculated risk levels. This helps to determine which risks require the most attention and resources for mitigation.

Develop and implement appropriate security measures, policies, and procedures to address the identified risks. These can include technical solutions (e.g., firewalls, encryption), administrative controls (e.g., security policies, access controls), and physical safeguards (e.g., secure facilities, access badges).

Document the entire risk assessment process, including the identified assets, threats, vulnerabilities, risk calculations, and mitigation strategies. This documentation serves as a basis for ongoing risk management and can be used to demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements.

Regularly review and update the risk assessment, as the organization’s environment, assets, and threat landscape evolve over time. This ensures that the risk assessment remains accurate and relevant, helping to maintain an effective security posture.

Penetration testing

Define the objectives, scope, and boundaries of the penetration test. This includes identifying the systems and applications to be tested, agreeing on the testing methodologies and tools, and establishing a timeline and communication plan.

Gather information about the target systems and organization. This can include passive reconnaissance, such as researching public records, open-source intelligence (OSINT), or DNS information, and active reconnaissance, such as network scanning, port scanning, or service enumeration.

Identify potential vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the target systems, applications, or network infrastructure. This can involve automated vulnerability scanning tools, manual code reviews, or other techniques.

Attempt to exploit the identified vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access, escalate privileges, or disrupt the target systems. This stage tests the organization’s defenses and helps to determine the potential impact of a successful attack.

Maintain access to the compromised systems, gather additional information, and explore further exploitation opportunities. This stage helps to assess the extent of the potential damage an attacker could cause after gaining initial access.

Document the findings of the penetration test, including the vulnerabilities discovered, the exploits used, and any evidence of successful compromise. The report should also provide recommendations for mitigating the identified risks and improving the organization’s security posture.

The organization should work to address the identified vulnerabilities and implement the recommended security measures. Once the vulnerabilities have been remediated, it’s a good practice to conduct a retest to ensure that the security issues have been effectively resolved.

We defend businesses against sophisticated cyberthreats. We are a dependable partner for implementing long-term fixes to raise the level of cyber resilience.

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