Cyber Security Audits

Identify, Mitigate and Manage Cyber Security Risk

Cyber-Security Audits

The process of understanding and evaluating risk improves decision making in business. After highlighting the perspective risks, future investments can be planned more effectively, as well as, changes within the environment of existing security programs or technology usage.

As part of our end-to-end approach to security, we carry out pen. testing, security auditing and risk assessment services. We have an in-depth approach to track, remediate potential hazards and threats by taking into account the processes, people and technology specific to your organization. In turn, securing your vital assets and achieving compliance as well as the industry & regional legislative requirements.

Evaluate protection for high-value systems, including external and/or internal cyber security measures.
Align security programs Cost effectively, Strategically depending on the organization's needs
Provide and quantify the risks to high-valuable threats for technology and/or people
Achieve returns on your execution efforts, improving security as well as demonstrating compliance.
Assurance in the assessment, audit knowing that the latest threat intelligence and strategies were from DS utilized.
Test your response and detection capabilities

Our Cyber Security Audit covers

Web Applications

Nowadays web applications are one of the most widespread types of software in use. As modern web apps get more complex, increasingly handle sensitive data it is important to address the potential risks.

We leverage industry recognized best-practices such as Open-Source Security Testing Methodology (OSSTM), PCI:DSS Requirements and Security Assessment Procedures, OWASP Testing Guide, along with those for SANS penetration testing.

Our approach helps you test incident response capabilities, address vulnerabilities and mitigate risk for your organization.

Mobile applications

As the use of mobile apps grows, corporations and consumers face new threats for insecure application integration, device theft.

We leverage industry recognized best-practices such as Open-Source Security Testing Methodology (OSSTM), PCI:DSS Requirements and Security Assessment Procedures, OWASP Testing Guide, along with those for SANS penetration testing.

Our methodologies and best practices identify the risks of the application on a mobile platform. Going beyond looking at APIs and web vulnerabilities, in turn, thoroughly assessing the security of mobile applications.


We simulate real-world attacks to provide a point-in-time assessment of vulnerabilities and threats to your network and provide comprehensive outside evaluation of your organization’s infrastructure and information security architecture.

Compliance and Industry requirements

Information security and various industry standards & legislative requirements such as ISO27k, GDPR, PCI-DSS, PSD2, and others require to not only have the information security controls, but to also properly manage them. 

Understand and address the risks and gaps, our end-to-end approach ensures a more sustainable, efficient compliance model by an in-depth assessment and audit of specific regulatory and industry requirements in relation to a company’s compliance responsibilities.
Social engineering

Attackers often use the weakest links  in trusted individuals to steal identities and go after personal assets. By this type of exploitation, malicious users are often more successful gaining information and/or access to the client infrastructure than traditional ways of exploitation. We use human-based or electronic-based attacks, crafted with specific organizational goals and rigor in mind.

Importantly, we provide a robust and actionable remedial advice for all levels of vulnerability. Having in mind that the most valuable part of any engagement is the formulation of remedial and preventative strategy. We are on the same page, both during and after the engagement, to provide in depth guidance based on years of unique experience.


Breaking Down GDPR Compliance to Align Security and Privacy Programs

As of May 25, 2018  the GDPR accountability principle has taken effect.  organizations are  required to demonstrate compliance with the appropriate measures in place. Organizations work to understand how these requirements fit into their current information security and privacy program and develop a plan to reach and maintain compliance.

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