Evaluate and Test IT Security

Comprehensive Information Security Assessments

A Comprehensive Information Security Assessment is a deep-dive technical examination of designs, configurations, documentation, processes and daily practices. The assessment covers all critical software and hardware, as well as physical and administrative procedures, implemented at your organization. This assessment is truly comprehensive and will provide an in-depth picture of the shape of your enterprise-wide cybersecurity and what you need to do to improve it.

Vulnerability and Penetration Testing

Vulnerability and Penetration Testing involves simulating hacker attacks to try to break into an organization and identify if its sensitive information can be compromised. By simulating how a hacker attacks, the tests help identify if the organization's information is well-protected. Upon the conclusion of these tests, we also help the organization to fix and remediate any loopholes identified.


Security Risk Assessments

Security Risk Assessments analyze, identify and quantify an organization's risks, threats, and countermeasures related to its information assets. The goal is to initiate an ongoing process of identification, remediation, and prevention of cybersecurity issues. These assessments can help organizations with limited cybersecurity budgets prioritize where and how resources should be allocated to best protect information assets and infrastructure.

SOC Audits

Organizations face pressures from regulators and stakeholders to demonstrate the effectiveness of their controls over customer transactions and sensitive data. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants created a framework better known as "System and Organization Control (SOC)" that enables CPA firms to review the controls deployed at organizations and attest to whether they are accurately described, suitably designed and operated effectively during the reporting period.


Cybersecurity Supply Chain Risk Management

Your supply chain presents cybersecurity risks that must be identified and managed.  A Cybersecurity Risk Management Program defines the processes in place for supplier identification, categorization, and periodic monitoring as required by NIST SP 800-161 and the Cybersecurity Framework.  Cybersecurity risks with new and existing suppliers must be managed throughout the lifecycle of the product or service being offered.  We help you create and/or identify gaps in your Cybersecurity Risk Management Program, assist with performance of cybersecurity supply chain risk assessments on an as-needed basis, and automate the process through available software solutions.


Data Breach and Leak Assessments

Your organization may have been hacked and suffered a data breach, but you might not know it yet. Similarly, your technical infrastructure might be leaking sensitive information that you are just not aware of yet. Both situations can have devastating impacts on your organization's operations, profitability, and sustainability. Data Breach Assessments and Data Leak Assessments identify these very situations, so you can address them immediately.

Physical Security Assessments

Not all data breaches happen due to technical reasons. Old-fashioned theft and physical attacks on information are just as effective and can easily bypass sophisticated technical cybersecurity measures. Physical Security Assessments help evaluate your organization's physical controls and security measures to provide insight into vulnerabilities.

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