Discover risks that are missed
to uncover/expose critical exploitable vulnerabilities before others
What are pen. tests?
A penetration test evaluates the resilience of your Technology, Processes and People. It is simple, easy to plan, and – most importantly – affordable security audit. Pen. tests are best at simulating a real hacker breaching the organization and testing the incident response capabilities.
Rather than rigidly imposing a one-size-fits-all approach, we analyze your business needs and transparently provide solutions that match individual requirements, budget. This is at the heart of everything we do, as every organization’s challenges are unique.
Why do you need pen. tests?
Achieve returns on your execution efforts, meet regulatory and industry requirements, as security begets compliance. We are on the same page, both during and after the engagement, to provide in depth guidance based on years of unique experience. After identifying the perspective risks, changes within the environment of existing procedures, processes or technology usage are planned more Cost effectively, Strategically depending on the organization’s needs and risks.
As a result of described pen. tests, you will get:
- an Executive Summary,
- Risk analysis,
- Vulnerability observations and guidance on remediation,
- Cyber security program improvement road-map.
- Further Support and Training
Discover are your websites, mobile applications or networks secure!
Test for thousands of web application vulnerabilities (including SQL Injection, XSS) as well as misconfigurations. Apply to schedule Free Demo Pen. Tests, to verify and secure your organization’s and customer’s data and assets. Complete our application form above or reach us directly
DevSlate Group - Synchronized Requirements
DevSlate Group is a collaboration of companies for B2G and B2B created to boost innovation and development of products and solutions, fostering their export to the international markets. Our full service offerings enables us to provide one-stop solutions for our clients by seamlessly integrating:
- Cyber Security, Compliance and Software Development expertise.
- And full package of solutions in collaboration with our Blockchain, Cyber-Security, Compliance Solutions and Research Cluster (BCCS.tech): including CyberSecurity, Software development, Legal, Marketing, Insurance, Consulting organizations
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Demonstrate adherence to GDPR’s standards with DefSlate.
DefSlate helps organizations achieve business objectives and compliance through our extensive experience in cyber security strategy, incident response, risk and compliance, security consulting, training and support.
Preparation for GDPR compliance requires technology, processes and people. By first addressing and understanding your gaps, we create a strategic roadmap to enable execution. In turn providing a GDPR readiness review to meet GDPR requirements, cost effectively, strategically and aligned to the organization’s needs.
What are the risks of being Hacked?
What are the costs of a Breach?
A cyber security incident and data breach is expensive. Victims usually pay hundreds of thousands dolllars also have to shell out money for legal services, fines from regulatory agencies, and pay public relations firms to reestablish their good name. Most importantly, none of that considers customer and reputation loss. Research cited by the Business Insider says that 76% of customers would leave a company with a record of multiple data breaches.
Can A Determined Attacker Gain Access To Assets and Personal Information?
As business processes and personal information move online, hacking is becoming more lucrative and accessible than ever. Applications are one of the main attack vectors, and vulnerable code can be exploited as an entry into to the Critical Assets You Cannot Afford to Have Compromised. Some can put an entire company at risk, when personally identifiable, financial, health or other special, valuable date is stolen.
What is a day or two lost in business operations?
System downtime plays an important role in the crucial operations of any business. A significant issue following a cyber attack will be to ensure that critical business functions will be available to customers, suppliers and others.
As organizations store and processes more data, it is essential to have the procedures and controls in place to detect both external and internal threats. Suspicious activity such as downloading Sensitive Information, Intellectual property or sensitive financial and corporate information can be achieved from the weakest link.
What to fix, how and when to fix it
Understand your network and the scope of the data you have
Ensure that you evaluate and assess your infrastructure and the scope of the data your organization stores. Once you have an understanding of the scope, security controls and processes can be started to implement to make sure there is no unauthorized access.
Assess the strength of controls and programs
Make sure to test and assess the sufficiency of critical security measures and programs in place. Not only technology, but people and processes, too. Ensure to scan for vulnerabilities and weak spots regularly and address any gaps. Not only will it make compliant in the eyes of the law, but it’s never a bad idea to continuously be evolving your security.
Security-first culture and clear incident response procedures and controls
In the case of a breach, it is best to take a proactive approach, rather than reactive. It’s best to be prepared for the worst-case scenario ahead of time. Prepare a formalized data breach notification process, make sure to test it out on a few trials, and be sure it included response and incident detection capabilities.
Solutions based on individual requirements
Incremental change is better than no change. As the landscape and challenges of Cyber Security keep evolving, there is no “Silver Bullet” solution to it all. Strategies, security controls and strategies must continually evolve as well. Leverage fast and transparent decision making with solutions based on individual requirements and receive unbiased risk based protection.
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