Cyber Security

Because it helps safeguard sensitive data and systems from unwanted access, use, disclosure, disruption, alteration, or destruction, cybersecurity is crucial. 

Importance of cyber security

Types of Cyber

Protecting sensitive data and systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, alteration, or destruction is the goal of cybersecurity services. Network security, Endpoint security, Cloud security, Email security, Identity and Access management (IAM), Business continuity and disaster recovery, Penetration testing and vulnerability assessments, Compliance and regulatory, and so forth are some of the services offered. These services assist businesses and individuals in defending their networks and data from cyberattacks, which can have detrimental effects on their bottom line, their reputation, and in some extreme circumstances, even human life.

Our Cyber Security Services

This includes implementing and managing firewalls, intrusion detection and prevention systems, and virtual private networks (VPNs) to protect an organization’s IT infrastructure.

This may include the installation of software to protect individual devices from malware and other cyber threats, such as computers, smartphones, and tablets.

his may include the implementation of security controls to protect data and systems that are stored in the cloud from unauthorized access and other cyber threats.

This may include implementing email encryption and filtering to protect an organization’s email systems from spam, phishing, and other types of malicious email.

Implementing authentication and authorization technologies to control access to an organization’s systems and data may fall under this category.

This may include developing plans and procedures to recover computer systems and data in the event of a cyber attack or other disaster.

Simulating a cyber attack on a system or network to identify vulnerabilities that need to be addressed is one example.

This may include ensuring that an organization’s IT systems and data meet the requirements of relevant regulations and industry standards, such as HIPAA, PCI-DSS and GDPR.


Our Penetration Process

Penetration testing (also known as penetration testing) and vulnerability assessment are two types of security testing used to identify and assess the security of an organization’s systems and networks.

Penetration testing is a simulated cyber attack on a system or network to identify vulnerabilities that real attackers can exploit. The purpose of penetration testing is to identify and exploit vulnerabilities in the same way that real attackers determine the effectiveness of an organization’s security controls and identify areas that need improvement.

Vulnerability assessment is the process of identifying, categorizing, and prioritizing system or network vulnerabilities. Automated tools are typically used to scan a system or network to identify known vulnerabilities, and manual testing is used to identify potential vulnerabilities. The goal of vulnerability assessment is to identify and prioritize system or network weaknesses so that they can be remedied in a timely manner.

Both penetration testing and vulnerability assessment are important for identifying vulnerabilities that can be exploited by attackers. Penetration testing provides a more realistic simulation of an attack, while vulnerability assessment focuses on identifying vulnerabilities that need remediation. Together, they provide a comprehensive view of your organization’s security posture.