Cyber Security Assessment Services
SpearTip’s Cyber Security Assessment Services team is compromised of elite individuals who bring years of experience and unmatched capabilities to organizations across the globe through the various offerings outlined below.
Helping You Identify Your Network Vulnerabilities
You are the last line of defense. Responsibility for protecting your organization’s systems architecture, networks, infrastructure and more lies squarely upon your shoulders.
To protect your department, satisfy management’s growing need for cyber security responsibility and exceed compliance requirements, engaging SpearTip to help with cyber security assessments could be one of the most strategic decisions you can make.
When Is It Time To Call In The Experts?
Many times we get the question, “when does my organization need to conduct cyber security assessments?” The answer will vary based on your industry, network architecture, business needs, budget, etc. However, here are a few questions we recommend all organizations ask themselves. If the answer is “yes” to any, it is likely time to contact SpearTip for cyber security assessment services.
Has it been more than 12 months since the last Social Engineering (specifically phishing) testing was conducted against your organization?
- Does you company host any Internet-facing services on-prem (i.e. website, email, etc.)? If so, has it been more than 12 months since an External Penetration Test has been conducted?
Do you have devices running legacy/unsupported operating systems connected to your network (i.e. Windows XP, Server 2003, etc.)? If so, has it been more than 12 months since an Internal Penetration Test has been conducted?
Does your company use a web application which houses sensitive information? If so, has it been more than 12 months since an authenticated Web Application Test has been conducted?
Do you have a SCADA network? If so, has it been more than 12 months since an Internal Penetration Test has been conducted – specifically for those devices?
Is your company currently operating without a formal Incident Response Plan?