CryptoForensics security design assessment is focused on providing an in-depth analysis of an organization’s security infrastructure, including the network topology and network devices, the security devices, and the processes that surround them.
CryptoForensics will assess your organization’s technical controls with respect to your individual control framework, recommended security practices, and strategic objectives. We will also review your security policies relative to your IT and network architecture configurations. After this thorough review, we will present you with a point-in-time assessment of how effectively your cybersecurity controls have been implemented and are being operated against the control framework based on your operational requirements, recommended security practices, and other requirements.
Cryptoforensics’ cybersecurity risk assessment capability is an integral part of our risk management process designed to provide appropriate levels of security for our clients’ information systems and assets. The risk assessment will help the client to determine the acceptable level of risk and the resulting security requirements for each system in their environment. Information security risk assessment is viewed as an on-going process of discovering, correcting and preventing cybersecurity problems. Cryptoforensics’ consultants have experience with a wide variety of Risk Assessment methodologies including NIST and ISO 27005.
CryptoForensics’ consultants can present a complete and accurate picture of the security posture of your infrastructure to meet the requirements of your entire organization, including C-level executives, compliance auditors, and cybersecurity operational personnel. Vulnerability assessment is the process of identifying how vulnerable an infrastructure or application is to known vulnerabilities.
CryptoForensics’ Mobile and Wireless Security Testing offerings are designed to help organizations safely embrace the full reach and opportunity of mobile devices and applications. Employing a holistic approach, our assessment looks at the security and compliance risks of your entire mobile application, its associated back-end systems, and the interactions and data flows between them.
Assessing the risks associated with cloud computing (e.g., data integrity, privacy, recovery, and multi-tenant isolation) is critical to the successful adoption of cloud computing technologies. CryptoForensics’ Cloud Architecture and Security Review offerings are cost-effective cloud security services that help clients to manage their organization’s risk in order to reduce the burden on internal resources. Cloud computing offers several key advantages to organizations—including reduced costs, automation, hardware independence, high availability, and increased flexibility—and each component comes with associated security and privacy costs.
CryptoForensics’ Security Awareness Operations offerings enable organizations to prepare employees to fend against cyber and social engineering attacks. We can assess an organization’s current information security awareness training programs, design new programs, and provide specialized training to address areas of greatest concern to the organization. Going beyond compliance,
Now is the time to sharpen or acquire the real world skills needed to protect your organization from unwanted attacks, malware, viruses, and trojans with our training classes and courses. CryptoForensics Technologies’ Cyber Security Training programs are designed to equip individuals and corporate entities to effectively manage operations critical to ensuring the integrity of an organization’s cybersecurity infrastructure. Our course offerings focus on impacting the skills and knowledge needed to prevent, detect, and counter cybersecurity threats. Trainees also learn and acquire core skills related to their organization’s cyberspace infrastructure, such as Business Continuity Planning (BCP), Access Control, and Disaster Prevention and Recovery.
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Today, most enterprises try to deal with cybersecurity threats by focusing inwardly through conducting vulnerability assessments, making detailed network maps, and in some cases, deploying robust patch management processes to continuously monitor their networks and systems. While this approach provides some benefits, against many cyber threats it's ineffective. Most corporate networks are so large and complex that it's simply too difficult to identify all of their assets, or all of their vulnerabilities, and patch them fast enough. Today's cyber wrongdoers are sophisticated, well-funded, and patient—they use a wide range of techniques to penetrate even well-protected enterprises...