The Best CyberSecurity Defense Is A Good Offense:
It’s not likely that your network will be penetrated from outside your walls. That’s not the way hackers hack. They phish. They send emails with tantalizing bits of bait that people like Jane nibble on. And when Jane bites — poof!, a virus or a piece of malware is installed on your network which creates a back door the hacker hopes to exploit at a later date. But you’re not without defense. With CIT CyberSecurity, you have several levels of defense to secure and protect your network.
- Vulnerability Scan – a scan of your network to identify vulnerabilities on your network. They are then compared to a database of over 800 known vulnerabilities which gives us the ability to identify, locate, arrest and rid your network of potential threats.
- Penetration Test – in compliant industries, it is often necessary to show proof of cyber security. In these instances, we try to penetrate a network through the same tools a hacker would use. This allows us to exploit and repair weaknesses before someone else does. Upon completion, we provide the documentation to prove compliance.
- Training – on-site training with our CyberSecurity team will help you understand the threats and what you can do to eliminate that vast majority of them.
- Security Audit – baseline CyberSecurity that inventories all devices, access points and users across your network in order to determine weak spots. This gives us a snapshot of an organizations security posture and road map for next steps.
- Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) – log management, event correlation, analysis, and reporting
You’ll sleep better knowing you’ve been hacked.
The best defense is a good offense. A Certified Ethical Hacker is what CIT has. He hacks like a hacker, talks like a hacker, in fact he is a hacker. But he works for the good guys. He is the guy you want hacking you because when he hacks you, he locks the doors behind him — so no one gets in. You know you need a security audit if:
- A client has asked for a security audit.
- You allow customers, suppliers or contractors to connect to your network.
- You accept credit cards.
- Has your credit card processor ever required a compliance exam?
- You are affected by Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA).
- You provide Financial Services to: Banks, CPA’s, Financial Advisors, Insurance providers. To varying degrees each is accountable to the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) requiring financial institutions to protect private financial information.
Accounting scandals and well-publicized security breaches have angered consumers, cost business vast losses in revenue and have legislators looking for solutions. More and more industries are under growing pressure to comply with regulations mandating data security and network integrity. Regulations will continue to evolve, audits are becoming more frequent and comprehensive while compliance requirements and penalties will be much tougher for compliant industries.
The CyberSecurity Solution: Assess • Mitigate • Protect
Cybersecurity Features & Benefits:
- Reduce the cost of security
- Ensure that you are protected and compliant
- Prioritize Resources
- Monitor Network
- Training and procedures