The Internet of Things (IoT) era is upon us with the promise of transforming the digital world in a way that would affect everyone and every business. In the IoT driven age, people will be talking more and more through machines. And with human communication becoming more and more indirect and machine-mediated, there will be deep-rooted security concerns with the heightened risks of a variety of cyber threats including impersonation, identity theft, and hacking. Globally, the cost of cyber crime is estimated to exceed $500 billion affecting companies of all sizes. Under this circumstance, what all businesses need is a comprehensive strategic approach to cyber security. They must develop the capability to proactively anticipate and mitigate security challenges to address the threats head on.
Is the virtual explosion of data plaguing your organization's security?
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Our portfolio of consulting and managed services offerings help businesses stay on top of the data security best practices, enabling them to identify security loopholes within their IT infrastructure.
We have proven expertise in the fields of real time defense and integrated system of analytics. Our services will enable you to make strategic decisions about how to ramp up data and application security and safeguard your business.
Mobile security threats pose a significant risk to corporate data. Hackers may attack a system via multiple mobile routes such as smartphones and tabs, and wearable gadgets like smart watches, handheld cameras, mobile wireless routers, and more. The portability of these devices makes them vulnerable to not only digital penetrations, but also to physical attacks. Businesses need to stay prepared to deal with the assaults posed by the rapidly evolving mobile threat landscape. Our expert team can help you find out how to eliminate even the most challenging mobile data security pain points and pitfalls.
Businesses use a number of standalone computers that store sensitive information. These data have to be protected from unauthorized users. We assist in securing and future-proofing various data infrastructures from information vulnerabilities and threats. Our team helps to secure standalone PCs, small and large networks, physical as well as cloud-based servers, and critical data systems.
In the era of Internet, a company's information assets are dispersed all over the web. Our Internet security services are designed to provide robust protection for all your web and cloud-based applications, websites, and portals. Our technologies can also create a security firewall around all your online data transactions including payment portals, chats, and VOIP web servers.
Vulnerability Analysis And Penetration Testing
When it comes to selecting an enterprise security program, a one-size-fits-all approach simply doesn’t work at addressing today's highly sophisticated security threats. Investing in security systems without really understanding the vulnerabilities will be same as throwing darts blindfolded hoping that they would hit the bull’s-eye. Sometimes they might hit the target, but question is, should you take the chance?
We don’t think so.
Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) is the alternative you must choose.
VAPT is the name of a two-tiered testing system which aims to identify security loopholes in a computer, network, or communications infrastructure. As its name suggests, VAPT combines two types of tests, both having different levels of strength. The process helps to get a complete picture of system vulnerabilities and enables businesses to take a more holistic approach to security.
Irrespective of their origins, all vulnerabilities can be easily fixed once they are detected. In addition, VAPT offers the following benefits:
Avoid breach-induced network downtime.
Analyze how networks are compromised by hackers.
Enhance the efficiency of the security lifecycle.
Determine appropriate security budgets and avoid over-expenditure.
We offer VAPT service for any network and application including the standalone
systems or mobile platforms.Here are the highlights of our VAPT service:
We use both Grey Box and White Box Testing approaches. The first is used for
the web applications where the testing is performed with no or very little
knowledge of the testable environment. The second approach is used for the
mobile applications where the testing is carried out with complete knowledge
of the testable application.
The testing begins with vulnerability assessments, next moving to penetration
tests which helps to uncover the maximum number of vulnerabilities.
Web application tests are performed to detect flaws in Data Entry and Exit Points.
Data checking to get rid of Insecure Coding.
Detection of Vulnerabilities in Session Management and Access Control.
Discovering third party installed scripts.
Application testing to expose flaws in Encryption/ Decryption of Sensitive Data.
Providing multi user support without interfering with data.
Monitoring areas which are susceptible to receiving malicious content.
Avail our VAPT services to feel safe. Coming as part of our managed services bundle, our service enables you to continuously monitor and manage your security network and
systems without having to make an exorbitant upfront investment. Talk to our VAPT team right now and get started with spotting vulnerabilities in your IT infrastructure.
Open source intelligence
Contrary to what many think, open source intelligence (OSINT) has nothing to do with open source software. True to its name, there is nothing clandestine about OSINT; everything is out in the open.
OSINT refers to the body of unclassified information gathered from publicly available web-based sources such as forums, social media, industry newsletters, news sites, videos, televisions, magazines, and blogs. The government and military agencies and enterprises harness OSINT to reinforce their risk management plans. OSINT tools enable users to research various online sources to understand what a company, individual, group, or country is up to. Access to unclassified intelligence enables them to identify vulnerabilities, threats, and information breaches.
In the age of Big Data, no organization can have complete control over their business critical information assets. However, what they can do is proactively seek and manage information that could heighten the risk of a breach or attack. Incorporating OSINT into the organizational risk management plan will provide a clearer picture of the highest priority risks and how to efficiently manage them. Thus, leveraging OSINT can be the key to enhance the overall risk management strategies.
Several techniques are used for tapping the publicly sourced intelligence, the two primary methods being the reactive detection and proactive protection. These two techniques are often used in combination. While the first aims at identifying ongoing threats, the second mainly helps charting out an organization’s cyber footprint and how it might be exploited by potential threat actors, based on the intelligence relating to perceived vulnerabilities and weaknesses.
At Securabite, we don't stop at just gathering data. Our team of expert intelligence assessors is adept at analyzing the gathered information from difference perspectives.
We are covert yet agile in our response to any threat. We cater to a vast clientele across the government, legal, and corporate sectors. Trusted confidentiality and ethical
service are our forte. Get in touch with us for further information regarding our OSINT services.
Cyber breach and intrusion analysis
In the era of sophisticated and targeted cyber crimes, hardly any organization is immune from malicious intrusions. Against this backdrop, companies need to always stay prepared, as in most cases, rapid and timely detection of cyber intrusions can help to minimize their potential impact. In other words, intrusion detection is an important component of the cyber threat management landscape. Here are three specific actions that can help to improve the speed of detecting cyber intrusions:
Set a Guideline for What Is Normal and What Is Not
The method of intrusion detection works on the basic assumption that systems under attack exhibit some behavioral changes. Thus, spotting the 'abnormal' activities on a network is the fundamental part of intrusion detection. Companies, therefore, need to first set a guideline to understand what represents the normal activities. Organizations leverage Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) technologies and intrusion detection tools to differentiate between ‘normal’ and ‘suspicious’ activities on their systems and networks. A company needs to develop a baseline specific to what is normal in its specific context.
Stopping Hackers from Walking Away With Your Data
Companies often work on the assumption that even with all their tools and technologies they will not be able to prevent intruders from cracking the outer layer of the company's firewall. However, they can do one thing – extend the time period between a cyber intrusion and a data breach, so that the hacker cannot ‘walk away’ with their information assets. Although undetected intruders can still cause damage to your information systems, preventing them from fleeing with your data increases the odds of you discovering the break-in before it becomes a full-blown data breach. To stop intruders from getting out, organizations must upgrade firewalls, traffic filtering appliances, and white/black-listing systems frequently. This process allows the detection and mitigation of the malicious elements without affecting what is considered normal activity for the organization.
What is an organization’s most effective weapon against cyber intrusion? We think it is a skilled security team that can distinguish a normal behavior from an abnormal one. These experienced personnel are nearly as good at recognizing true security events and ‘false alarms’ as advanced intrusion detection systems.
Protecting your information infrastructure requires a detailed planning both at the architecture and at the monitoring levels. At Securabite, we specialize in offering intrusion analysis for the areas including Operating Systems, Architecture Policies, and Agent Monitoring. With cyber security in action, you can be rest assured to get the highest quality services for taking care of your Intrusion Analysis needs.
On-premise risk management
As far as on-premise software and applications are concerned, companies use their own server infrastructure to host and run them. Businesses using these resources are responsible for keeping them secure. However, in a multi-user environment, traditional firewalls cannot provide adequate hedge against breaches. Today’s corporate firewalls need to focus on end-users and how they access, use, and share on-premise data. This can be achieved through efficient authentication and access management services. These services natively protect all applications, software, and corporate data that the employees use. These services ensure that employees get secure and seamless access to all corporate email and documents without compromising their security.
At Securabite, we use a number of tools to offer complete data protection by configuring access profile policies to ensure that only authorized users can access enterprise resources. We use the most advanced tools to provide transformative data visibility and control where you need it the most. Our data protection platforms are designed to secure your on-premise data infrastructure against insider and outsider threats. Our on-premise risk management services will give you total control over your on-premise data protection processes in the following ways:
By hosting infrastructure in your environment
By managing and self-administering policies, rules, and reports
By supporting virtual networks
By reporting and analyzing risk exposure continuously
By getting assistance for every step of your on-premise deployment
By formulating data-protection strategies
By helping to refine your data governance and security policies constantly
By offering training and technical support
If you want to optimize the security of your on-premise deployment, get in touch with our expert team today.