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Cyber Intelligence Intelligence Security Assessment

Cyber intelligence security assessment is the process of gathering, analyzing, and disseminating intelligence about cyber threats and vulnerabilities that may impact an organization. It involves analyzing data from various sources, including social media, open-source intelligence, and other online resources, to identify potential cyber threats and vulnerabilities. This information can then be used to inform the organization's security strategy and help prioritize resources for addressing potential vulnerabilities.

WHAT IS
Cyber Intelligence Security Assessment

At digiALERT, we offer comprehensive cyber intelligence security assessments to help our clients protect their organization against cyber threats. Our assessments include both a technical analysis of the organization's systems and processes, as well as a review of the organization's cyber threat landscape.

The technical analysis component of the assessment includes assessments of the organization's network infrastructure, applications, and data, as well as evaluations of the security controls in place to protect these assets. This includes but not limited to: network penetration testing, vulnerability scanning and security controls evaluations.

We also conduct a review of the organization's cyber threat landscape to consider the types of threats that are relevant to the organization, the likelihood of those threats being exploited, and the potential impact of a successful attack. This includes an analysis of the organization's industry, compliance requirements and a scan of the company's digital footprint to identify areas of risk.

We understand that every organization has unique needs and risks, which is why we tailor our assessments to our client's specific requirements. We also conduct regular assessments to keep up with the ever-changing threat landscape and ensure that our client's security measures are adequate.

Our goal is to help our clients identify potential vulnerabilities and risks, and implement appropriate measures to mitigate them. By providing comprehensive cyber intelligence security assessments, we enable our clients to better protect their organization from cyber threats, minimize the impact of a successful attack and comply with any relevant regulatory requirements.

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key features
Cyber Intelligence Security Assessment

Gathering intelligence on cyber threats and vulnerabilities
Identifying potential cyber threats and vulnerabilities
Technical analysis of organization's systems and processes
Identifying and addressing vulnerabilities
Reducing risk of cyber attacks
Analyzing data from various sources
Informing security strategy and resource allocation
Review of organization's cyber threat landscape
Protecting against emerging threats
Regularly conducting assessments to stay current

Types of
Cyber Intelligence Security Assessment

At digiALERT, we understand the importance of identifying vulnerabilities in an organization's network, systems and data as part of their cyber security efforts. That's why we offer a variety of vulnerability assessments, including:

  1. Network vulnerability assessment: We focus on identifying vulnerabilities in our client's network infrastructure, such as servers, routers, and switches. This assessment will help our clients identify and fix security weaknesses in their networks before they can be exploited by attackers.

  2. Web application vulnerability assessment: We focus on identifying vulnerabilities in web-based applications, such as e-commerce platforms and customer portals. This assessment will help our clients identify and fix security weaknesses in their web-based applications before they can be exploited by attackers.

  3. Mobile application vulnerability assessment: We focus on identifying vulnerabilities in mobile applications, such as those downloaded from app stores.

  4. Wireless network vulnerability assessment: We focus on identifying vulnerabilities in our client's wireless network, including wireless routers and access points.

  5. Physical security vulnerability assessment: We focus on identifying vulnerabilities in our client's physical security, such as access controls and surveillance systems.

  6. Social engineering vulnerability assessment: We focus on identifying vulnerabilities related to social engineering attacks, such as phishing scams and pretexting.

  7. Compliance-based vulnerability assessment: We focus on identifying vulnerabilities related to compliance with industry regulations and standards, such as PCI DSS and HIPAA.

  8. Penetration testing: We simulate an attack on a system or network to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by a real attacker.

  9. Red teaming: We involve a team of security experts working together to identify and exploit vulnerabilities in a system or network to help our clients in their incident response planning

  10. Threat modeling: We involve identifying and evaluating potential threats to a system or network, as well as identifying and mitigating vulnerabilities that could be exploited by those threats.

Our goal is to help our clients identify potential vulnerabilities and implement appropriate measures to mitigate them. By conducting regular vulnerability assessments, our clients can significantly reduce their risk of falling victim to a cyber attack.

Statistics on
Cyber Intelligence Security Assessment

According to a 2020 survey by Microsoft, 87% of organizations have adopted a formal cyber intelligence security assessment process. 
A 2020 survey conducted by IBM found that 77% of organizations use cyber intelligence security assessments to identify and respond to threats.
A 2019 survey conducted by KPMG found that 90% of organizations use cyber intelligence security assessments to detect and defend against cyber threats.
According to a 2019 survey by Deloitte, 82% of organizations have adopted a cyber intelligence security assessment process to identify, monitor and respond to potential threats.
According to a 2018 survey by Accenture, 80% of organizations use cyber intelligence security assessments to detect and respond to cyber threats.
A 2017 survey conducted by PwC found that 95% of organizations have adopted cyber intelligence security assessments to identify, monitor and respond to potential threats.

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How do we do
Cyber Intelligence Security Assessment

At digiALERT ,we offer comprehensive cyber intelligence security assessments to help our clients protect their organization against cyber threats. Our assessment process includes several key steps:
  • Reconnaissance: We begin by identifying all devices and software connected to the network and any open ports or services that may be vulnerable to attack.

  • Vulnerability Scanning: We conduct vulnerability scans to identify known vulnerabilities in the systems and networks.

  • Penetration Testing: We simulate an attack to identify vulnerabilities in the system and assess the effectiveness of the security measures in place.

  • Risk Analysis: We determine the potential impact of an attack and the likelihood of it occurring based on the results of our vulnerability scanning and penetration testing.

  • Mitigation: Based on our findings, we recommend security controls and incident response plans to counter identified vulnerabilities and risks.

WHY Cyber Intelligence Security Assessment
WHO NEEDS Cyber Intelligence Security Assessment

Cyber intelligence security assessment is essential for organizations of all sizes and types, as it helps identify vulnerabilities and threats in their information systems and networks, and take the necessary measures to mitigate those risks.
The constantly evolving nature of cyber threats means that even organizations that have already undergone an assessment can benefit from regular reassessments. Cybercriminals are constantly developing new techniques to exploit vulnerabilities and evade detection. Organizations that fail to keep up with these changes will be at increased risk of falling victim to cyberattacks.
The need for cyber intelligence security assessments is particularly high for organizations that handle sensitive data such as personal information, financial data, or trade secrets. These organizations have a legal and ethical responsibility to protect the data they collect, and a security assessment can help them identify and address any vulnerabilities that could compromise that data.

How often is Cyber Intelligence Security Assessment recommended
When it would be performed

API (Application Programming Interface) security assessment is the process of identifying and evaluating potential vulnerabilities in APIs. These vulnerabilities can include security weaknesses that could allow unauthorized access to data or systems, or that could allow attackers to compromise the integrity or availability of APIs. API security assessments are important for organizations that rely on APIs to provide access to sensitive data or systems, as well as for organizations that use APIs to build or integrate applications. It is recommended to perform API security assessments on a regular basis, such as annually or after significant changes to the API or the underlying system. This helps to ensure that APIs remain secure and can continue to be trusted by users. Different vendors may offer different approaches to API security assessment, so it is important to carefully evaluate the capabilities and experience of different providers to determine the best fit for your organization's needs.

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How are we
unique

  1. Our team of experts has extensive experience in API security assessment, with a deep understanding of the unique challenges and risks associated with API-based systems.
  2. We use a combination of manual testing and automated tools to thoroughly assess the security of your APIs.
  3. We provide a detailed report of our findings, including recommendations for improving the security of your APIs.
  4. Our approach is highly customized, allowing us to tailor our assessment to your specific needs and requirements.
  5. We have a track record of successfully identifying and mitigating vulnerabilities in API systems for a wide range of clients.
  6. We offer ongoing support and guidance to help you maintain the security of your APIs over time.
  7. Our team is available for consultation and assistance with implementing recommended security measures.
  8. We have established relationships with industry-leading security vendors, enabling us to offer the latest and most effective solutions for API security.
  9. We have a strong focus on customer service, with a dedicated account manager available to assist you throughout the assessment process.
  10. We offer competitive pricing and flexible engagement options to fit your budget and schedule.

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