Information Security Services

Information Security Services

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Information Security Services

Program and Policy Development

Information security policies and procedures are the foundation your corporate cybersecurity posture. However, every business has different needs when developing a plan to meet their needs.

A great information security policy should contain five key elements.

  • Reflect the reality on the ground.
  • Be simple to understand
  • Be enforceable but flexible
  • Be measurable
  • Minimize unintended consequences

We will work with your organization to define and implement the following policies and procedures as required:

  • Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
  • Access Control Policy (ACP)
  • Change Management Policy
  • Information Security Policy
  • Incident Response (IR) Policy
  • Remote Access Policy
  • Email/Communication Policy
  • Email Retention Policy
  • Disaster Recovery Policy
  • Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
Penetration Testing

The Penetration Testing Service will allow businesses to better understand their network baseline, to test their network and system security controls, prevent breaches, and ensure network security in the future. Benefits of the service include Understanding the network baseline, testing your security posture and controls, Preventing network and data breaches and Ensuring network and system security.

The penetration testing process emulates an external attacker taking steps to penetrate a network and steal its data. Penetration testers begin by planning their attack, scanning the target system for vulnerabilities, penetrating the security perimeter, and maintaining access without being detected.

Penetration Testing Phases

Planning and Reconnaissance
The planning stage involves discussions with company stakeholders who ordered the test, to understand the goals and scope of the test, the systems to be tested, and testing methods. Some penetration tests may be open-ended and some may test specific malicious tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs). Pentesters will also gather intelligence at this stage to understand the architecture of the target system, its network structure and security tooling.
Scanning
The scanning stage involves using automated tools to analyze the target systems. Pentesters commonly perform static analysis or dynamic analysis, checking the system’s code for bugs or security gaps. They also run vulnerability scans, looking for old or unpatched components that may be vulnerable to known exploits.
Gaining Access
Based on the previous stage, the pentester selects a weak point in the target system that they can use to penetrate. They may perform brute force or password cracking attacks to break through weak authentication, perform SQL injection or cross site scripting to run malicious code on the target system, or deliver malware into a system inside the security perimeter.
Maintaining Access
The pentester will typically act like an advanced persistent threat (APT), looking for ways to escalate privileges and perform lateral movement to gain access to sensitive assets. In this way, they can help the organization discover vulnerabilities of internal systems (not just those deployed on the security perimeter or network edge), and the security team’s ability to detect malicious activity inside the network.
Analysis
At the end of the penetration test, the pentester will compile a report detailing what vulnerabilities they discovered in their test (including those that were not actually exploited), how they breached the system, which internal systems or sensitive data they were able to compromise, whether they were detected, and how the organization responded. The organization can then use this data to remediate vulnerabilities, bolster security processes and adjust security tool configuration.
Information Security Training

We provide one-time and recurring Information Security Services both onsite and fully remote.

Through online and/or in-person training we will provide employees the skills they need to keep client information secure and to adhere to compliance regulations. We will also track and monitor successful completion and the need for recurring training at regularly required intervals.

Virtual CISO

Virtual CISO (vCISO) is a service designed to make security analysts available to an organization for security expertise and guidance.

Analysts can be used to drive information security discussions when calls and meetings are requested by companies our clients are doing business with. We will act as their information security specialist and will responsible for all requested documents and survey/questionnaire completion.

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