Ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information systems is fundamental to good cybersecurity. The sharp rise in cybercrime calls for organizations, of all sizes, to make cybersecurity a priority in order to protect their customers’ interest as well as their own.

We help our clients identify risks and vulnerabilities and create plans of action to remediate findings. In the event you fall victim to a cyberattack we are here to help you resume business operations and come up with strategies to prevent future ones. We are versed in engineering strong technical security posture, as well as, ensuring your organization is compliant with applicable regulations and requirements.

In order to prevent unauthorized access to your networks you need to establish a layered defense that incorporates hardware and software security mechanisms. This approach allows you to defend against a wide array of threats, preventing entry and limiting their ability to spread throughout your network. Failure to establish effective countermeasures in a sensible manner can results in irreparable damage to organization's reputation. While there are best practices that can be followed you need an experienced partner that can architect and engineer network security that is unique to the way your organization does business.

We can help you identify and implement a layered defense using both commercial and open-source solutions. Or, we can help you optimize the solutions you currently own to make them more effective and your organization’s networks more resilient

We engineer and configure the following:

  • Network Firewalls
  • Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems
  • Web Proxies
  • Virtual Private Networks (VPN)
  • Network Access Control (NAC)
  • Email Security Gateways
  • Wireless Security
  • Security Information & Event Management (SIEM)

The protection of data is not a luxury, it is a requirement. There have been countless unauthorized disclosures of customer data over the years and the trend will likely remain the same for the foreseeable future. Some industries impose hefty fines when organizations fail to take the necessary steps needed to prevent compromise. Often unauthorized disclosure results from a lack of understanding of regulatory and federal requirements or is simply attributed to a conscious choice to settle for just enough to appease internal and external auditors.

A secure organization will remain compliant; however, a compliant organization may not necessarily remain secure. In addition, external threats are not the only things that should concern you as insiders can be the cause of unwanted disclosure despite whether it is their intention or not.

Cyberpacket helps clients establish good repetitive habits that lessen the likelihood of unauthorized data and information disclosure. We provide you strategies that protect data both at rest and in-transit. In addition, we advise you to the proper adoption, configuration, and deployment of access controls. Overall, our goal is to make data available only to those who have a need to access it.

We improve data security by:

  • Strengthening the confidentially of data to minimize disclosure
  • Establishing and improving the auditing of object access and user activities
  • Reforming organizational policies and procedures
  • Creating stronger relationships between people, processes, and technology.

In circles within cybersecurity there is a question that is often asked. What is more important to protect? The network or the endpoint?

There is no right answer to this question because the combination of the two help promote a strong security posture. However, when your users utilize company resources such as laptops and mobile devices outside of your walls they increase the likelihood of them becoming victims of attack. It is critical that host-based protections be present to help protect assets as well as the data that resides on them.

Our partnership with flagship endpoint protection vendors enables us to furnish to you with quality solutions that will protect your users. Also, or deep understanding of such solutions helps identify and address the shortcomings of existing solutions you may possess.

Our endpoint protection partners:

  • Trend Micro
  • Intel McAfee
  • F-Secure
  • IBM
Attackers look to for soft spots and then work to exploit them to complete their objectives. Being able to identify vulnerabilities that exist in your IT infrastructure and applications before attackers do helps narrow your attack surface, making it harder for them to achieve success.

Cyberpacket uses some of the industry's most proven and trusted vulnerability assessment tools. We provide you a comprehensive report on vulnerabilities that exist in your environment, prioritize our findings, provide you a plan action that remediates them, and afford you the ability to regularly assess your infrastructure and assets.

We can help you accomplish the following:

  • Establish asset and resources inventories
  • Categories and prioritize resources and underlying components
  • Identify security vulnerabilities and misconfigurations
  • Address security vulnerabilities and perform routine assessments

Each electronic device tells a story and there are times when you need to know that story. The classic “5 W’s and H" (Who, What, When, Where, Why, & How) become extremely important when it comes to data breaches, malware infections, and, etc. Once there is a clear understanding of what has occurred it becomes a fight against time to respond accordingly and take necessary steps to prevent future occurrences.

Cyberpacket has experience performing digital forensics & incident response. We identify root causes and recommend short and long-term actions that neutralize attacks, restore business operations, and minimize the likelihood of future occurrences.

Our services include:

  • Containment and eradication digital threats
  • Aiding in the restoration of normal business operations
  • Uncovering and identifying insider abuse and misuse
  • Identifying root causes and provide strategies based on lessons learned.
"Most people assume that once security software is installed, they're protected. This isn't the case. It's critical that companies be proactive in thinking about security on a long-term basis."

Kevin Mitnick