Our services  for your Cyber Security:

  • Security testing of your IT systems to discover and exploit security gaps that could lead to stolen data or other harmful business outcomes.
  • Attempt Social engineering scams on a company’s employees to ascertain their adherence to the best security policies and practices.
  • Provide you with DoS (Denial of Service) solutions against flooding attacks.
  • Train your employees about the best IT security policies and practices for keeping the corporate data secure.
  • Consult you about various security topics and help you with broader security strategy.
  • Assist you to comply with the requirements of GDPR.
  • Help you with the preparation for compliance certification like PCI-DSS, ISO 9001, ISO 27001 and more.
  • Provide you with information regarding Cyber security insurance.

What is the danger?

  • Cyber attacks are everywhere – traveling, banking and shopping, personal data, intellectual property, trade secrets and more.
  • A company can also suffer a sabotage in the form of denial of service attacks, which use methods like flooding to disable systems and infrastructure.
  • A significant proportion of cyber crime remain undetected, particularly industrial espionage where access to confidential data might last for years.
  • Most cyber crime incidents go unreported, and few companies come forward with information on their losses.


What is the risk for you?

  • Cyber breach can cause commercial losses, public relations problems, regulatory actions, and loss of trust among customers and suppliers.
  • Directors can be held liable for not discharging their duty to prevent harm. They should stay informed about the corporation’s cyber security defenses.
  • In today’s world, it is a question of ‘when’ rather than ‘if’ data breach will occur. Cyber security becomes one of the most important topics for the business.


What is the motive?

  • Criminal Aspect – Organised criminals, who target the digital assets of an organisation that can be acquired or sold on, including Personal information, Credit/debit card information, Held funds, Intellectual property.
  • Terrorist Intentions – The ability to create physical outcomes through the remote hacking of critical infrastructure represents an appealing option for terrorist groups, and can result in Disruption to critical infrastructure, Economic consequences, Loss of life, Damage to property.
  • Hate – Combination of technical ability and motive allow those with ill-feelings towards an organisation to act maliciously by electronic means. A malicious cyber event may be as a result of a Disgruntled employee/customer, Proof of ability, Untargeted malicious code, Random selection.
  • Economic Espionage – The acquisition of trade secrets and other intellectual property.
  • Hobby – Some hackers just do it for hobby and fun.