During our assessments, we conduct interviews with various departments to understand how and why the risks are within the organization.
We gain an understanding from a top-down and a bottom-up perspective to the risks throughout the company and pitfalls around IT/ security.
We connect the dots of risks within finance, marketing, engineering, HR, and IT departments.
Once we understand how humans think we conduct a technology assessment to know how the current reality of the environment of hidden risks.
Employees, even if they are not in IT, allow for Vulsec to discover more risks that the IT department was aware. These risks include shared password sharing through email, corporate document access, or third party website access.
Blend continuous enterprise risk assessments with penetration testing to assess the organization of current risks deployed through the environment.
Assessing technology includes but not limited to:
Wireless infrastructure assessment
Physical infrastructure assessment
Network configuration vulnerability assessment
Authentication best practices
Vulnerability Assessment configuration analysis
Software configuration Assessment (IPS/IDS, Anti Virus, Patching)
Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) assessment
Security Solutions Architecture review
Virtual Environment Analysis
Cloud Environment Analysis
When combined with understanding how and why the employees configured the technology the way they did, we can determine risks around budget, staffing issues, or managerial oversights.
After the organization understands the current risks from human perspective analysis and reality of the technology risks, we assess the policies and procedures.
We assess the ISP that is currently implemented within the organization to understand how the program allows the employees to configure the technology per best practices to increase security posture.
The ISP needs to be configured with the proper policies and procedures to protect the business at its current state but also incorporate how the company is evolving.
We layer on compliance and regulatory requirements on top of this ISP to stay ahead of compliance needs.
The information security program analysis is conducted last because technology stops hackers, not policies, and procedures.
Our SLC Services can be configured for a One-Time Assessment or continuously: Three/ Six/ Twelve Months schedule.
Physical or Remote
Phishing, Vishing, Smishing, Whaling, or Spearphishing
Training for Employees
Educational Videos, Quizzes, and Gamification.
Understand external risks from OSINT, Penetration Testing, Continous Vulnerability Scanning, and cloud environment (AWS, Azure, Google, or Private Cloud)
Assess the current applications for OWASP Top 10 best practices, Implement a bug bounty program, and analyze the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
Assess the organization from a hacker’s mindset to determine the root cause of risks within the organization.
Conduct Red Team assessments on a continuous basis from multiple hackers that models various threat simulations vectors and advanced testing procedures.
Digitize your information security program through continuous assessments against the organization.
Digitize penetration test reports or compliance reports for your Information Security Program.
Once employees have been assigned to a finding, track the status of each outcome and the overall assessment progress.
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