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Vulnerability Assessment

Most businesses take steps to evaluate their network security after experiencing an unfortunate event or because they are concerned about potential future threats. Active steps for prevention are better than any cure, and information security is no different. Any networked IT infrastructure is potentially vulnerable, so anyone managing a corporate or commercial network needs to know its weak points in order to address protecting it.We offer a unique approach to security and specifically to vulnerability assessment to protect your business from harm, secure it from intrusion maintain the confidentiality of your data, and seclude commercial information from prying eyes.

Timely identification and remediation of IT infrastructure is something every organization needs before cyber criminals or disgruntled employees exploit the weaknesses. The process of identifying vulnerabilities, evaluating risk, providing remediation and reporting is known as Vulnerability Assessment

The need to understand the state of an organization’s overall information system is ever more important now

Many organizations consist of:
  • Distributed computing
  • Multiple internet-information access systems
  • Multiple applications, including third party applications
  • Heterogenous computing environments with Windows, Mac OS X, Linux/Unix, Mobile computing

At the same time, best practices in information security acknowledge that a defensive-only approach to securing an enterprise does not suffice. Frequently, these existing defensive security mechanisms in place such as firewalls and intrusion detection systems are either not configured properly or are not capable of locating all the vulnerabilities and threats on the network, especially at the device level.

Performing regular security vulnerability assessment helps bridge the gap by allowing an organization to take a proactive stance towards protecting their information computing environment. The bottom-line objective is to safeguard the intellectual and electronic assets of the organization, and to ensure compliance with appropriate regulations.

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Our Focus

In addition to automated tools, we use manual testing techniques to validate all automated results and to uncover vulnerabilities and security weaknesses in a manner that is consistent with industry leading security frameworks highlighted below:

  • OSWAP top 10 – A reference list of the 10 most critical web application security risks
  • SANS top 20 critical security controls – A reference list of the common errors in software’s and apps
  • CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) –A reference list of the publicly known security vulnerabilities
  • Application Program Development – Including Zero day attacks
  • Assessment tools: Both open source and paid tools

81

countries reported data breaches in the first half of 2020 alone

80%

of firms have seen an increase in cyber attacks this year

600%

Phishing attacks have been seen in the end of February.

148%

ransomware attacks rose, due to pandemic in March

238%

cyberattacks rise on the banks

our approach

Our vulnerability assessment services are expressly designed to test your organization’s internal and external infrastructure against known vulnerabilities and exposures. Once identified, you are able to efficiently fix the issues. Our first step is to study in detail all the threats that apply specifically to you in your protected environment. We work from the point-of view of an adversary. During this process, we figure out all potential avenues which adversaries might take to infiltrate, exploit, surveil, steal or attack your organization.

Social engineering testing

Social engineering is a non-technical intrusion into an organization that relies on human interaction, often tricking people into breaking standard security policies. We meet with employees and stakeholders in your organization and learn about your potential vulnerabilities. These interactions give us a forum to measure acceptance levels of security procedures we may recommend.

Internal breach assessment

It is estimated that approximately 80% of security breaches occur from inside the internal network. This network breach assessment will analyze the risk to internal devices such as servers, networking devices, VoIP, PCs, and other computer peripherals. Our cyber security experts shall then suggest specific techniques to resolve any concerns identified.

External breach assessment

Both internal and external threats can cause data-stealing and disrupting company operations. An external breach happens from the vulnerabilities that may exist between a customer’s external network and the internet. These include your internet gateways such as firewalls and external routers, websites, and cloud environments. Threats like these always speak to the possibility of intentional abuse.

Assessment Report

After analyzing your threats and risks, we make security recommendations for the vulnerabilities we identify. Our recommendations always address the three components of every security system: procedures, people, and technology. All of our findings and recommendations are delivered to you in a detailed report that you can use as a working document to remedy your security vulnerabilities. If needed, we can help you through any remediation process through ongoing consultation, implementation, training, and quality assurance services.

Penetration testing

Penetration testing is a probing method that identifies security vulnerabilities in your network and the extent to which a cybercriminal could exploit them. Even though penetration testing is an independent assessment technique, it is often combined with vulnerability analysis to achieve a complete assessment. After completing a pen test for your business, we share our findings with your security team. Your team can use this information to implement security upgrades to fix any loopholes discovered during the test. Hackers always look for weaknesses and blind spots. Pen test locates these weaknesses.

Wireless network testing

Wireless technologies do not have the physical restrictions used in conventional wired environments. They make it possible for someone in the lobby, the parking lot, or across the street to access a network carrying sensitive financial or corporate data, personal or customer information, competitive data, or trade secrets. We look for intruders’ opportunities to do session hijacking, wireless sniffing, wireless fingerprinting, and encryption cracking to avoid such a scenario. Our assessment helps businesses to identify insecure wireless implementation that puts your organization at risk.

why us

Wireless technologies do not have the physical restrictions used in conventional wired environments. They make it possible for someone in the lobby, the parking lot, or across the street to have access to a network carrying sensitive financial or corporate data, personal or customer information, competitive data, or trade secrets. Our assessment will help you to identify insecure wireless implementation that puts your organization at risk.

Independent

Many cybersecurity consultants will try to sell you on technology or services through companies or contractors they work with. At TechForing, we work independently and can guarantee that our best interest in mind is your security, and only your security.

Relevant experience

Security is a broad subject with many areas of expertise; we come with an excellent track record and 15 years of experience in a variety of projects and disciplines. All elite security hold industry certifications such as CISSPs, CEHs, PMPs, CISMs, and many more.

We can learn and adapt

Every customer has different priorities, operational needs, and threat concerns. This is why boilerplate security solutions don’t work effectively or completely. We come up with creative customized solutions that fit your unique environment and culture.

We know your adversaries

We know how cybercriminals operate; this knowledge informs every recommendation we make and ensures that the security countermeasures are effective.

client stories

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The guys in the team are extremely efficient. And very humble. Kept me posted and helped me learn about lots of security related things. I never needed to do pen-testing, it really is an effective tool for companies like ours. If you are looking for reliability, Techforing is a Go-to! Try them!

Eric Ho (Ecuador)

Staff Software Engineer, RippleMatch

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