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A cyber security maturity model provides a path forward and enables enterprises to periodically assess where it is along that path. Cyber Security is a journey and not a destination. A security product is only as good as how well its implemented and managed. A security process is only as good as how well its adhered to. Our consultative approach to cyber security maturity help you get there with ease.
If there is a starting point to cyber security, this is where it is and should be. This could generally be achieved without major technical, architectural and procedural changes to enterprise environment.
Though conventional defenses remain an integral part of an organization’s security lineup, today’s threat landscape demands a way new approach to protection. An effective protection strategy must have advanced security controls in place and could then be sharpened further around the industry, governance, compliance and risk.
Visibility is the key to effectiveness of your cyber security program which helps discover and detect the unknowns of the cyber world. In this new era of Artificial Intelligence, level of detection and discovery can take you to an unprecedented level of quality and accuracy with out-of-the box visualization tools.
Security Hardening and Hygiene
With the global average cost of a data breach in millions of dollars and many months on average to contain a data breach, companies that were able to respond quickly and contain a breach at the shortest span will directly translate to the savings on dollars they could make. Security hardening and hygiene plays vital role here.
Maturing to The Next
An effective cyber security plan extends beyond preparing for any specific event to development of broad, flexible capabilities that enable response to a wide range of events along various dimensions. The key is to develop a secure, vigilant, and resilient cyber security framework which lets you mature with ease.
For us, it takes far more to retain a customer than to acquire one. Customer support is the core of our business philosophy.
Our application security assessment provides an intelligent combination of automated and manual scanning, covering in depth and broad coverage checks for application vulnerabilities and malware. Manual intelligence also allows security analysts to correlate multiple vulnerabilities, provide in-depth verification of vulnerability existence and create attack in depth pattern to demonstrate business impact.Explore More >
Protection against spear phishing by way of technical controls alone usually become a pain to the security department. False positives, productivity impact, rise of help-desk tickets - letting cost mount up. That's why the need for conducting a spear phishing campaign gets pressing. Our bespoke spear phishing campaigns are generally tailer-made to your enterprise environment for maximum coverage.Get this How-to-Protect E-Book >
Privileged access management (PAM) helps meet the audit and compliance requirements (GDPR, NIS, PCI-DSS, HIPAA, ISO 27001, etc.). Our PAM solution suite provide a comprehensive coverage including thick-clients (ex: Microsoft SQL Studio) and web-clients (ex: Firewall Web GUI, Azure UI etc), apart from the regular RDPs and SSHs for SSO, Session Recording and Password Management . Explore further to get to know more.
F5 BIG-IP APM versions 11.6.1 - 16.0.1 suffer from a session hijack zero day vulnerability (CVE-2021-23002 acknowledged to CodeGreen), which was discovered by CodeGreen’s security analysts while engaging in a penetration test for one of our BFSI customers. This blog demonstrates this vulnerability along with proof-of-concept (PoC) document we submitted to F5 SIRT.
In this blog, Raeez Abdullah our malware analyst talks about and demonstrate how 'pass-the-hash' attack works. 'pass-the-hash' attacks typically exploit the auth protocols and obtain hashes by scraping a system’s active memory. This technique allows attacker to laterally move in the network and gain access to more passwords and password hashes.
In this post, our malware analyst disects and analyse a live sample of Emotet Malware, one of the most advanced and modular banking Trojan dropper, which can function as a downloader of other banking Trojans or as a ransomeware downloader in some cases. See how this malware exfiltrates data.