Cybersecurity Assessments

Simply put, an information security assessment is a measurement of the security posture of a system or organization (Miles, Rogers, Fuller, Hoagberg, & Dykstra, 2004)

The security posture is the way information security is implemented. Security assessments are risk-based assessments, due to their focus on vulnerabilities and impact. Security assessments rely on three main assessment methods that are inter-related: Technology, People and Processes.

Why do I need to perform a security assessment?

There are plenty governmental regulations that require some sort of security assessment within an organization, varying in frequency and complexity.

Bound or not to any governmental regulation, you still might want to perform an assessment and benefit in the following ways:

  • Discover compromises in your IT infrastructure and services.
  • Stay on top of the latest security threats.
  • Make sure that your staff is being prudent by maintaining a focus on IT security.
  • Maximize awareness and understanding of security concerns throughout your company.
  • Boost trust between your customers and your company

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Testing Methodology

Our active involvement in security engineering and auditing, made us rethink what characteristics an ideal InfoSec services bundle could have, in order to achieve the golden ratio between security readiness and standards compliance. That led us to set a strong foundation to our service delivery philosophy, around the following principles:

  • Highly technical specialization in penetration testing & exploitation, continuous training and industry-approved certfications. Our penetration testing team members hold Offensive Security's OSCP, OSEE and as of 2021, OSEP certifications.
  • Testing method driven by well-known standards, such as: OWASP Testing Guide, The Penetration Testing Execution Standard and MITRE ATT&CK
  • Promotion of a continuous improvement philosophy through our services: taking into consideration the structure of today's organizations, we have developed a multi-level stakeholder reporting approach, in a way that every organizational level is properly informed on a need-to-know basis, eliminating all the informational noise and achieving flexible, yet insightful deliverables, designed to the needs of executive leadership and technical teams at the same time. Finally, we make the extra step in providing detailed and specific mitigation recommendations and remeditation checks in order to verify that the proper and effective controls are implemented.

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