BE CYBER SAFE, NOT CYBER SORRY!
With the rise of cybercrime, we understand the numerous problems our customers face in securing their IT assets and protecting their valuable information. Our team of experts is here to help you identify and evaluate any threats and vulnerabilities to your IT assets so that you can stay ahead of potential cyber-attacks.
DON’T BE AN EASY TARGET
Without completing a security health check, you're operating in the dark and essentially leaving your organisation's security infrastructure to chance. Hackers are always finding new ways to infiltrate and exploit vulnerabilities in IT systems, and the lack of proper assessment and testing means you're unable to know the security holes and vulnerabilities present in your environment. It's impossible to fully protect your organisation without having a clear understanding of your security posture. Proper assessment and testing are necessary to identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities that could be exploited by malicious actors.
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THE CONSEQUENCES COULD CHALLENGE YOUR BUSINESS
By not conducting a security health check assessment, you are unable to identify the security holes and vulnerabilities present in your environment. This leaves your organisation’s IT environment open for malicious actors to exploit, which can result in the following:
- Loss or theft of sensitive information/data
- Financial damage and up to millions of dollars worth of fines
- Reputational damage both with the customer and your brand
- Loss of customer trust and loyalty
- Legal consequences through non-compliance with industry regulations and legislation.
- Disruption of business operations
- Unauthorised access and/or changes to confidential data.
- Loss of license for regulated businesses
- Significant costs associated with recovering from cyber incidents.
- Adverse impact on investor confidence and shareholder value.
SHIELD YOUR SYSTEMS
As part of the first step, we identify the key THREATS, VULNERABILITIES AND SECURITY WEAKNESSES that require additional focus. This is achieved by conducting PENETRATION TESTING AND THREAT ASSESSMENT.
BREAKING IN TO KEEP HACKERS OUT
Penetration Testing is a proactive way of assessing the security of your organisation’s IT systems, applications, and infrastructure. A form of Ethical Hacking where specific techniques is used to test the strength of your defences and identify any vulnerabilities that could be exploited by malicious attackers.
Getting a pen test done to find and fix all the vulnerabilities and gaps in your business is the first obvious step! Let us find the security holes and the vulnerabilities before hackers find them!
To protect your organisation’s digital resources, it is important first to identify your IT assets and crown jewels. We then assess the threats and work with you to evaluate how vulnerable each asset is to a cyber threat with the consideration of existing security controls.
Our assessments not only identify the vulnerabilities but also PROVIDE ACTIONABLE INSIGHTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS on how to address them.
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PROTECTING YOUR DIGITAL ASSETS FROM CYBER-ATTACKS WITH US
We understand that every organisation is unique and requires a personalised approach to threat assessment. That's why we TAILOR OUR ASSESSMENTS to your specific needs, ensuring that every aspect of your environment is evaluated thoroughly.
- EXPERIENCED: CISO Online has a range of cybersecurity experts who have decades of experience in the field.
- FLEXIBLE: We offer a range of services, packages, and options, meaning we are flexible to fit your organisation’s engagement.
- TAILORED: We tailor our approach to meet the specific needs and concerns of our clients rather than taking a one-size-fits-all approach.
- PROACTIVE APPROACH: We take a proactive approach rather than a reactive approach, identifying and addressing potential risks before they turn into full-blown security breaches.
- RISK-BASED: We utilise a risk-based approach to target your organisation’s specific risks, reducing the overall impact and severity.