SECURITY RISK ASSESSMENT
IT Security Risk Assessment can help highlight which vulnerabilities are exploitable, which risks are critical—therefore need to be addressed with a high priority—and which items can be remediated over time.
A risk assessment generally takes the form of technical testing, penetration testing, or ethical hacking from the outside. The goal is to determine whether or not any of the services that your organization is operating have any types of flaws in them. And more importantly, whether or not those flaws can be exploited by somebody with the right skillset and motivation.
The IT security assessment service includes evaluation of the current state of security systems and developing the best security improvement strategy. There are several implementation phases:
Phase #1- Analysis of current infrastructure risks and their impact on your business comparing security requirements with the business needs and limitations.
Phase #2- Security policy analysis for compliance with world standards
Phase #3- Providing the list of recommendations for security improvement based on known best practices according to your business requirements and client needs
This Service is for You if:
You want to have a full understanding of your IT security vulnerabilities and risks
You want to increase security of your IT infrastructure and reduce risks of security breaches
You want to get recommendations on how to improve security at reasonable costs
You want to adjust your security policies according to best practices
Our security experts will provide access to the skills and services required to get the answers you need to address gaps, manage risk and allocate resources to better protect your organization (HIPAA, PCI and More).
Penetration Testing is designed to assess company security
before an attacker does. Penetration testing simulate real-world attack scenarios to discover and exploit security gaps.
Learn exactly how vulnerable your most critical assets are to cyber-attacks.
The scope of the penetration test is defined and our team will attempt to hack into a company’s network to expose and exploit organization’s network weaknesses. The process typically identifies a target system and the particular goals. The testing team performs discovery of the system under investigation and attempts to achieve the penetration testing goals defined.
There are different types of penetration test: a white box penetration test, a black box penetration test and a gray box penetration test. In a white box penetration test, the client provides the credentials and network information and it is typically used to identify an inside threat. In a black box penetration test the client does not provide any information except for targeted system to be tested. The gray box penetration test is a combination of both a black box and white box assessment.
What you get?
High level executive summary report
Technical documentation that allows you to recreate our findings
Fact-based risk analysis to validate results
Tactical recommendations for immediate improvement
Strategic recommendations for longer-term improvement
E-COMMERCE SECURITY PROTECTION SERVICES
The e-commerce industry has been hit hard by cybercrime, and most cyber security experts say the worst is yet to come. With massive credit card breaches, PCI violations, and the growth in cybercrime activity we haven’t seen the worst of these breaches.
Trust and reputation can be impossible to regain if you are a small startup. Therefore, we will explore the best practices and strategies you can implement to minimize online threats and empower your e-commerce security.
AI-Network Security Solutions can help your organization with PCI-DSS compliance security program, ensure that your retail customers card data is protected. While PCI-DSS provides a framework for improved payment processing, it has not been sufficient to ensure the security of the modern retail POS system while protecting your reputation and businesses assets.
Our security consulting team will help you to build out a security program to protect and monitor all your assets from internal and external breaches.
This is one of the best ways to make sure both your customers’ data and your company’s interests remain secure. When you protect your customer’s data, your business is better protected in the event of a potential breach. Information security is a big deal, and we want to help you be prepared.
During a breach, it’s important to move quickly to contain the threat and minimize the impact by getting to the root cause. However, overlooking evident procedures can limit your ability to help legal or governmental authorities pursue the threat actor.
Our Digital Forensics Investigator’s first step is to clearly determine the purpose and objective of the investigation in a free consultation. We will work with you to identify where your data is located. We will document the legal chain of custody of the media and we will make a bit by bit copy and preserve the original. The Digital forensic analysis will examine and extract the data that can be viewed by the operating system, as well as data that is invisible to the operating system including deleted data that has not been overwritten.
Computer Forensics- We provide have the ability to help reveal the exact actions taken by a computer user. From documents that were accessed, deleted or transferred to remote locations, or understanding a computer user’s internet surfing activities.
Smartphones Forensics- our examiners will explore the hidden recesses of a mobile device including protected areas of memory, files and apps.
E-Mail Forensics- Recover, Analyze and Trace back all emails to the sender. Our main goal while doing email forensics examination is to find out crime committed or deliberately violation of organization policies.
Social Media Forensics- Social media forensics investigations involve the detailed analysis of an organizations or individual’s social media accounts. They are commonly used to provide information relevant to an investigation, court case, background checks or to establish an alibi. The analysis of social media is frequently part of digital forensic examinations in many private, businesses, civil or criminal investigations. Evidence of wrongdoing or verification of a true claim may be inferred from social media postings of text, video or photos or the metadata surrounding social media activity. Sometimes, social media information points to additional sources of digital evidence.
Audio-Video-Image- Examination and analysis of recorded video, audio, images, and other forms of multimedia evidence. Our team will work with the client to identify, authenticate, extract and produce evidence to support case objectives.
Pornography and Workplace Harassment Investigation- In the workplace, pornography in all forms is legal trouble, no matter the circumstances — and in today’s environment, even certain attempts by employers to correct the situation could be deemed negligent or insufficient. AI-Network Security Solutions often works with HR departments and general counsel to conduct computer forensics investigations into pornographic images found on workplace computers and harassment conducted through email, instant messaging, or social media.
Remote Data Collection- AI-Network Security Solutions remotely identifies, collects, verifies, filters, and transfers eDiscovery data to perform forensic data collections from any accessible device on the network. And it does so in a timely, secure and cost-effective manner with minimal demand on client IT resources.
Secure Data Destruction- It is critical for the security of every business and organization to be compliant with Government Regulations, Record Retention Policies and Data Destruction Processes. When your sensitive physical or digital data becomes obsolete, it has to be destroyed properly and completely. However, if the informational asset disposal process is held improperly, it increases these risks for your organization. Your Outdated IT Assets (such as servers, hard drives, PCs, laptops, DLTs, LTOs, CDs, DVDs, flash memory sticks, smartphones) can be erased, reformatted, wiped or degaussed, but as long as they are physically intact, the information can still be recovered.
Data Recovery Services- AI-Network Security Solutions provides the services and expertise required to safely collect evidence from hard drives and computer systems and the forensic analysis capabilities of storage media in search of deleted, hidden or maliciously or accidentally damaged data.
SECURITY OPERATIONS CENTER (SOC)
A security operations center (SOC) includes the people, processes and technologies responsible for monitoring, analyzing and maintaining an organization’s information security.
The SOC serves as an intelligence hubfor the company, gathering data in real time from across the organization’s networks, servers, endpoints and other digital assets and using intelligent automation to identify, prioritize and respond to potential cybersecurity threats.
What Does a SOC Do?
Most security operations centers follow a “hub and spoke” structure, allowing the organization to create a centralized data repository that is then used to meet a variety of business needs. SOC activities and responsibilities include:
Network monitoring to provide complete visibility into digital activity and better detect anomalies
Prevention techniques to deter and deflect a range of known and unknown risks
Threat detection and intelligence capabilities that assess the origin, impact and severity of each cybersecurity incident
Decisive incident response and remediation using a blend of automated technologies and human intervention
Reporting to ensure all incidents and threats are fed into the data repository, making it more precise and responsive in the future
Risk and compliance capabilities to ensure industry and government regulations are followed
The SOC team is also responsible for the operation, management and maintenance of the security center as an organizational resource. This includes developing an overarching strategy and plan, as well as creating processes to support the operation of the center. The team also evaluates, implements, and operates tools, devices, and applications and oversees their integration, maintenance and updating.
In addition to managing individual incidents, the SOC consolidates disparate data feeds from each asset to create a baseline understanding of normal network activity. The SOC then uses this assessment to detect anomalous activity with added speed and accuracy.
One key attribute of the SOC is that it operates continuously, providing 24/7 monitoring, detection and response capabilities. This helps ensure threats are contained and neutralized quickly, which in turn allows organizations to reduce their “breakout time” — the critical window between when an intruder compromises the first machine and when they can move laterally to other parts of the network.
iProov is the world leader in Genuine Presence Assurance. Banks, governments, travel and healthcare providers around the world are using our unique patented technology to verify the online identity of customers and citizens more securely and more effortlessly than ever before.
Onboarding can take many forms; opening a bank account, applying for a visa, accessing health records, applying for college or joining a social network. With iProov Enroller, the onboarding process comes with security, effortlessness, and privacy.
Once a customer or citizen has onboarded, the ongoing authentication process can vary, from multi-factor or step-up authentication for high-risk situations to everyday log-on. iProov provides verification technology to make the process simple and secure.
If a mobile device is lost, stolen, or damaged, the process of rebinding a new device to an existing account can be very difficult. iProov technology provides a secure, effortless solution using facial biometrics to minimize customer frustration.