The Guide to Outsmarting Hackers
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Determine your organization’s cyber maturity level by identifying gaps in your overall security program, both from a technical and procedural standpoint.
Assess the current cybersecurity posture of your company with a focus on testing previously identified weak points and mitigation implementation.
Perform a comprehensive reconnaissance exercise to identify gaps in your organization’s attack surface, and simulate an offensive operation as an external threat actor.
Conduct a safe, passive analysis of your OT environment while keeping tool usage limited to IT networks and offline use.
Find out if your critical assets are adequately protected by uncovering your security system’s vulnerabilities and misconfigurations.
Test the effectiveness of your security controls against the real-world cyberattacks of our skilled ethical hackers, and validate the success or failure of detection.
Receive a comprehensive analysis of different data storage platforms, including OneDrive, SharePoint, network shares, NAS devices, and employee workstations.
Assess your cloud management, resources, and different components within it with a review of identity and roles management, storage methods and configuration, and more.
Estimate the security levels of your application or product, identify high-risk vulnerabilities, and receive recommendations for initial remediation steps.
Find out the current security status of your software development lifecycle and DevOps chain, identify gaps, and plan remediation while considering budget, available tools, and existing resources.
Perform an in-depth review of your organization’s current backup policies, its execution, and overall effectiveness.
Formulate short- and long-term action plans to continue and improve your company’s cybersecurity readiness and maturity level.
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