Vulnerability testing should be included in any baseline security program. These types of analysis or assessments will give you a scope of how vulnerable your environment is to compromise. Running vulnerability scans on a regular basis will ensure you comply with most regulation standards and give you the recommendations on how you can lower your exposure. Our experience and approach will help you evaluate extensive controls across your environment.
A penetration test is a growing component for compliance standards (PCI-DSS, Hipaa, NYCRR) and to help identify security gaps in your environment. We will play the role of an attacker to exploit vulnerabilities, either in your employees or through the network to see how your existing security controls and policies stand up under “real world” conditions.
Most organizations should be looking for ways to combat and avoid data breaches, along with trying to keep up with regulation requirements. ChannelSOC’s information risk assessments will identify security gaps and deliver actionable recommendations to improve network security, using the latest technology and industry best practices.
Website Security Assessment
Our Website Application Penetration Test is designed to meet best practices for application security. Industry regulations such as PCI, HIPAA and Red Flag require website security. This type of an assessment looks at the source code, the infrastructure, the operating systems and the application functionality.
Application Security Assessment
Our approach provides a standard methodology for you to assess your applications in the future and provide your developers and implementation specialists a guideline for secure application deployment. We provide technical recommendations with mitigating controls and policies and procedures to keep your applications secure over time.
The goal for any organization is to protect themselves from those that intend to harm it. Finding these issues (gaps) before the enemy will help you uncover areas that need attention. We will review your existing network against proven standards (PCI, NIST) to determine areas that need improvement.
Employee Awareness Training
Let’s face it, most employees are not security focused and it’s not the first thing on their mind when they wake up in the morning. With constant threats and ever evolving threat landscape, almost on a daily basis, no employee can keep up without help. Thankfully, we can help reduce the chances of your employees being the reason behind the latest ransomware attack or being the victim of a phishing attack that causes the organization to lose sensitive PII (personal identifiable information).