Modern Tools for the Modern Investigation
Safeguarding customers’ confidential information is important to any business, but it is especially important for companies that collect and store non-public customer financial information. As regulations and compliance issues regarding your organization’s information and security systems become more complex, uncovering and addressing IT security issues before an incident occurs can be vital.
IT Security Assessment
Identification and remediation of network vulnerabilities is ensures network security and protection against unauthorized access. Vulnerability management identifies vulnerabilities, evaluates and remediates the risk. This process allows for efficient detection of vulnerabilities and improves network security. Our experts test for network security weaknesses while providing suggestions for improvement. Testing allows client management to be confident knowing what vulnerabilities may exist and provide the opportunity to develop a plan to address any issues. These assessments help to ensure compliance with:
- The Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Section 404
- Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)
- The Gramm-Leach Bililey Act (GLBA)
- The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
Network Vulnerability Assessment
Timely identification and remediation of network vulnerabilities in key in ensuring the company network is protected from internal or external threats (network compromise initiated by disgruntled employees or by external entities) Vulnerability Management identifies vulnerabilities, evaluates risk, implements remediation protocol, and provides concise reporting.
Internal Breach Assessment (IVA). 80 percent of security breaches occur from inside the security network. This breach can be initiated by a disgruntled employee looking to sabotage the company network. Or the network breach can be facilitated by an employee who is spying on others or looking for ways to commit fraud or embezzlement. The Internal Network Security Breach Assessment can be performed in conjunction with the External Test and includes an in-depth analysis of the customer’s internal network security.
External Network Security Breach Assessments: EVA Vulnerabilities that may exist between a customer’s external network and the Internet. This type of breach can be carried out by external threats in an effort to penetrate the network for the purpose of stealing intellectual property or sabotaging the network.
Wireless Network Security Assessment: WNA Wireless technologies are not restricted and are more vulnerable to intrusion by hostile hackers. The network can be accessed more easily, giving unauthorized access to sensitive financial or corporate data, customer data and intellectual property