Cybersecurity Risk Assessment Services

Your organization has cybersecurity weaknesses and vulnerabilities you don’t yet even know about. They need to be found. And found immediately. Because chances are, right now, there’s a foreign nation or a group of criminals targeting your organization and its valuable information.

 

We can stop them. Our first step is to complete a full cybersecurity risk assessment, so we can discover what problems exist and fix them for you. Without knowing all of the possible risks, we won’t be able to properly protect your organization from dangerous threats.

 

After the risk assessment, our team can put together a comprehensive cybersecurity protocol that will protect you long-term.

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Redefining How Businesses Prepare For & Prevent Data Breaches

It only makes sense that as cybercrime becomes more daring, so too, should cybersecurity risk assessment. At SpearTip, we assess risk from a different perspective. Our team examines risk from every angle, every thought process, and every background our team members have to offer.

Our cybersecurity services stem from military cyber counterintelligence investigative strategies that are proven to protect your organization at every level.

This multilateral methodology allows us to uncover risks, and better ways to combat those risks, on a level that other providers simply cannot match.

A proper cybersecurity risk assessment can unearth a lot of dormant issues that could become active problems, but the assessment can also lead to solutions for those problems that will offer many more benefits in return:

  • Reduce, or even eliminate, the long-term costs of a security breach
  • Establish a baseline assessment for your organization’s security to be referenced in the future
  • Enhance greater self-awareness of your organization’s weaknesses and areas to grow

Pre-Breach Cybersecurity Risk Assessment Solutions

Instead of just focusing on patch levels, we examine your entire security posture from the top down during our cybersecurity risk assessment process. Our experienced team of operatives will put your policies, systems, networks, defenses and staff to the test to find all vulnerabilities and weaknesses. We assess your network and information systems and analyze any gaps we find in the system, identifying potential risks.

It won’t always be easy, but when we’re done, you’ll know your weaknesses and how to fix them. Here’s what to expect during each type of SpearTip cybersecurity risk assessment:

Network Vulnerability Assessment

These network vulnerability assessments are an important part of the risk management process and should be conducted regularly to assure devices on your network are not open to known vulnerabilities. We will comprehensively identify, classify and analyze known and potential vulnerabilities, then provide actionable solutions to eliminate any future cybersecurity problems.

IT Security Audit

Our cybersecurity audits leave no stone unturned. We’ll perform staff interviews and examine how you’re leveraging your current technology. We’ll review application and operating system access controls and analyze physical access to your systems. Then we’ll provide detailed reports and recommendations to keep you compliant and safe, according to current standards.

Penetration Testing

The only real way to test your readiness for a cyberattack is to let our cyber warriors wage war on your networks during a Penetration Test. We’ll compromise your defenses quickly and quietly—just like the threats you want to stop. The difference between us and the threats you fear is that we can help secure your defenses before you become front page news.

Web Application Security Testing

Your most sensitive data is available at the application level, so application security testing is a must. Since application attacks are popular with your adversaries, the tools used by criminals change and evolve constantly. Our operatives stay on the forefront of technology and monitor criminal activity to ensure our testing measures the latest threats, so your executive team can manage, mitigate and transfer risk at the appropriate level.

Gap Analysis

At SpearTip, we believe compliance breeds complacency. If you’re merely compliant, you’ve met only the bare minimum. Our cybersecurity risk assessment and gap analysis will ensure you’re compliant but we’ll also identify the areas where you could be at risk because even though you may be compliant, you could still be at risk of a devastating court judgement in the event of a sophisticated breach that compromises customers, vendors, employees and more.

Cyber Hunting

Most companies don’t know they’ve been breached by an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) for at least six months. APTs hide secretly inside your networks, siphoning off everything from data to dollars. Our Cyber Hunting assessment will comb your networks to ensure no zero-day malware exists. If we discover malicious code, we’ll quickly mitigate the threat, assess damage and work with law enforcement to both recover assets and bring those behind the breach to justice.

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8 Tips for Improving Cybersecurity & Mitigating Potential Threats

You don’t necessarily have to be a cybersecurity expert to protect your network. There are eight simple protocols you can execute prior to your cybersecurity risk assessment that will help improve your overall cybersecurity program and help protect your organization.

Common sense practices and a diligent approach to protecting your systems and networks are the first steps to preventing a breach. Network security is not a “set it and forget it” system. You need to remain vigilant about it, especially when you hire new employees, get new devices, and partner with new vendors.

Here’s what you can start doing today to ensure you are safe tomorrow:

  1. Identify where critical data and trade secrets are stored
  2. Restrict access
  3. Prohibit portable storage devices
  4. Encrypt and approve all devices
  5. Institute intrusion monitoring
  6. Evaluate vendors
  7. Make someone accountable
  8. Consider cybersecurity and cyber ransom insurance