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CRI USO's Cyber Division provides end-to-end & context-specific cyber defense services to individuals, businesses, other organizations & governments using our own consultants as well as experts provided through our exclusive partnerships with strategic partners. These services include but are not limited to:
Our comprehensive & effective approach to thwarting complex cyber threats is world-class & straightforward: Assess, Respond, & Defend 24/7/365. Through the consistent use of Managed Detection & Response (MDR), cyber investigations & remediation we can help you reduce or even eliminate your cyber risks & respond to cyber threats against you, & your firm or organization quickly as well as over time.
Our unique proactive methodology is driven by a combination of expert cybersecurity advisors, proven detection methods, processes, & innovative best-of-breed technologies. We capably establish multiple levels of cyber security protection around you, your company or organization in advance of any cyber threats & then rapidly & effectively respond to any that do occur. This multi-layered, 360 degree forward-thinking approach to cyber defense provides individuals, businesses, various organizational & governmental entities with the tools they need to greatly improve their respective security postures so as to better ensure a safer future for all.
Types of Network Security CRI USO provides:
Network Access Control (NAC)
It goes without saying that not every person should have access to your network. We help you deal with this serious issue by first developing & then implementing comprehensive network security policies for your organization. This approach keeps potential attackers out of your organizational network by providing you with the ability to recognize each user & each device along with the capabilities to block non-compliant endpoint devices or give them only limited access.
Antivirus and anti-malware software
"Malware," short for "malicious software," includes viruses, worms, Trojans, ransomware, and spyware. Sometimes malware will infect a network but lie dormant for days or even weeks. The best anti-malware programs not only scan for malware upon entry, but also continuously track files afterward to find anomalies, remove malware, and fix damage.
Any software you use to run your business needs to be protected, whether your IT staff builds it or whether you buy it. Unfortunately, any application may contain holes, or vulnerabilities, that attackers can use to infiltrate your network. Application security encompasses the hardware, software, and processes you use to close those holes.
To detect abnormal network behavior, you must know what normal behavior looks like. Behavioral analytics tools automatically discern activities that deviate from the norm. Your security team can then better identify indicators of compromise that pose a potential problem and quickly remediate threats.
Data loss prevention
Organizations must make sure that their staff does not send sensitive information outside the network. Data loss prevention, or DLP, technologies can stop people from uploading, forwarding, or even printing critical information in an unsafe manner.
Email gateways are the number one threat vector for a security breach. Attackers use personal information and social engineering tactics to build sophisticated phishing campaigns to deceive recipients and send them to sites serving up malware. An email security application blocks incoming attacks and controls outbound messages to prevent the loss of sensitive data.
Firewalls put up a barrier between your trusted internal network and un-trusted outside networks, such as the Internet. They use a set of defined rules to allow or block traffic. A firewall can be hardware, software, or both. Cisco offers unified threat management (UTM) devices and threat-focused next-generation firewalls.
Intrusion prevention systems
An intrusion prevention system (IPS) scans network traffic to actively block attacks. Cisco Next-Generation IPS (NGIPS) appliances do this by correlating huge amounts of global threat intelligence to not only block malicious activity but also track the progression of suspect files and malware across the network to prevent the spread of outbreaks and reinfection.
Mobile device security
Cyber criminals are increasingly targeting mobile devices and apps. Within the next 3 years, 90 percent of IT organizations may support corporate applications on personal mobile devices. Of course, you need to control which devices can access your network. You will also need to configure their connections to keep network traffic private.
Software-defined segmentation puts network traffic into different classifications and makes enforcing security policies easier. Ideally, the classifications are based on endpoint identity, not mere IP addresses. You can assign access rights based on role, location, and more so that the right level of access is given to the right people and suspicious devices are contained and remediated.
Security information and event management
SIEM products pull together the information that your security staff needs to identify and respond to threats. These products come in various forms, including physical and virtual appliances and server software.
A virtual private network encrypts the connection from an endpoint to a network, often over the Internet. Typically, a remote-access VPN uses IP-sec or Secure Sockets Layer to authenticate the communication between device and network.
A web security solution will control your staff’s web use, block web-based threats, and deny access to malicious websites. It will protect your web gateway on site or in the cloud. "Web security" also refers to the steps you take to protect your own website.
Wireless networks are not as secure as wired ones. Without stringent security measures, installing a wireless LAN can be like putting Ethernet ports everywhere, including the parking lot. To prevent an exploit from taking hold, you need products specifically designed to protect a wireless network.
An attack can be perpetrated by an insider or from outside the organization. An "inside attack" is an attack initiated by an entity inside the security perimeter (an "insider"), i.e., an entity that is authorized to access system resources but uses them in a way not approved by those who granted the authorization. CRUSOI's Cyber Division provide both training and investigation common office environment infiltration through the phone system, router, identity theft and more.
CRIUSO's Cyber Division offers a comprehensive penetration test, or pen-test, in order to evaluate the security of an IT infrastructure by safely trying to exploit vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities may exist in operating systems, services and application flaws, improper configurations or risky end-user behavior. Such assessments are also useful in validating the efficacy of defensive mechanisms, as well as, end-user adherence to security policies.
Our Penetration tests are typically performed using manual or automated technologies to systematically compromise servers, endpoints, web applications, wireless networks, network devices, mobile devices and other potential points of exposure. Once vulnerabilities have been successfully exploited on a system, testers may attempt to use the compromised system to launch subsequent exploits at other internal resources – specifically by trying to incrementally achieve higher levels of security clearance and deeper access to electronic assets and information via privilege escalation. Information about any security vulnerabilities successfully exploited through penetration testing is typically aggregated and presented to IT and network system managers to help those professionals make strategic conclusions and prioritize related remediation efforts.
The fundamental purpose of penetration testing is to measure the feasibility of systems or end-user compromise and evaluate any related consequences such incidents may have on the involved resources or operations.
Phishing is the attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details (and money), often for malicious reasons, by disguising as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication. Phishing emails may contain links to websites that distribute malware. Phishing is the fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details (and money), often for malicious reasons, by disguising as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication. The word is a neologism created as a homophone of fishing due to the similarity of using a bait in an attempt to catch a victim.
Phishing is typically carried out by email spoofing or instant messaging, and it often directs users to enter personal information at a fake website, the look and feel of which are identical to the legitimate site, the only difference being the URL of the website in concern. Communications purporting to be from social web sites, auction sites, banks, online payment processors or IT administrators are often used to lure victims. Phishing emails may contain links to websites that distribute malware. Phishing is an example of social engineering techniques used to deceive users, and exploits weaknesses in current web security. Attempts to deal with the growing number of reported phishing incidents include legislation, user training, public awareness, and technical security measures.
CRIUSO's Cyber Division experts help to educate and better prepare its clients on how to defend their organization against this type of attacks.
How long you have been exposed and how much damage has been done? Internal employees account for close to half of the breaches leading to enterprise data loss. Whether disgruntled or dishonest, whether destroying records or stealing intellectual property, it is shockingly easy for insiders to wreak havoc on your most valuable digital assets.
Organizations struggle with how to proactively prevent data loss and address the potential for insider threats and negligence before it is too late. CRIUSO's Cyber Division conducts insider threat investigations to identify patterns of employee behavior and determine where the breach came from, what damage has been done, what critical data has been exfiltrated, and who is responsible. Our team provides the right level of engagement and works with clients to conduct forensic analysis of computer logs, email traffic, and work processes and procedures.
We interview personnel, narrow down suspects, examine motives, and figure out how the breach was carried out. CRIUSO's Cyber Division helps businesses establish policies and procedures to train employees, and develop remediation plans ahead of time to address future insider threat incidents.
Get to a comprehensive view of exactly what happened and who was involved. With our digital forensics expertise, CRIUSO's Cyber Division gives you the tools to help you analyze computers, mobile devices and network communications. When you know more, you can do more. Whether you’re in law enforcement, part of a federal agency, in education or a member of a digital forensics team, CRIUSO's Cyber Division is the proven partner for public sector organizations that are working to keep up with the exponential growth of digital technology and its impact on forensic investigations.
Amid new challenges like fraud and increased backlog from growing, more complex caseloads, it’s critical that teams can zero in on relevant evidence faster than ever before. CRIUSO's Cyber Division has tools to locate and analyze data often unavailable through conventional processes, allowing examiners and investigators to collect key evidence quickly and with confidence. Our tools help you better manage your workflow and put you in control of your investigation environment by offering the flexibility that allows for growth as your needs evolve, powerful integrated solutions, and elevated processing speeds.
Our Professional Services team can work with any size organization to provide scalable support for short- or long-term initiatives, based on your needs.
In today’s environment, where Fortune 100 companies have been severely affected by long-running, wide-ranging cyber-attacks, many organizations have a blind spot when it comes to the cyber risk of the organizations with which they do business, including conducting cyber due diligence prior to mergers and acquisitions. Most companies can only see their own network.
Imagine if you could gain insight into external networks and potential threats that could impact your business. CRIUSO's Cyber Division provides proactive services around cyber due diligence to shed light on connections that may put your business at risk. Not only is it imperative to know how resilient your own network and security posture is, but it is essential to assess the full spectrum of your cyber risk exposure by understanding the threats and risks beyond the walls of your business.
CRIUSO's Cyber Division together with our strategic partners, provides a service that better prepare you to anticipate and respond to sophisticated cyber-attacks, you need to understand attacker motivations, intentions, characteristics, and methods. You can mitigate risk, bolster incident response efforts and enhance your overall security by understanding who is most likely to attack you, what they want, why they want it and how they plan to get it.
Threat Intelligence and counter commercial espionage delivers the insights you need based on deep adversarial intelligence, extensive machine intelligence and detailed victim intelligence.
As the number of cyber-attacks targeting computers and other digital systems continuously rise, it is becoming crucial for organizations to have a solid system security in place. The failure to protect your systems from theft, damage, misdirection, or interruptions can affect your business and operations in negative ways. Remember, an unauthorized access to your organizational systems can be very costly in terms of loss of business, damage to reputation, loss of customers’ critical data, business downtime, and possible litigation. A good cyber security service will have everything it takes to make your computers and other digital systems surefire. So, how actually do you ensure to have an unfailing system security solution? Well, one of the most important components of system security is system hardening. A robust system security solution will harden your systems by decreasing their surface of susceptibility.
If your system is large and used to perform multiple functions, the risk of security breach is higher for you. A small and solo-function system is relatively more secure than a large and multi-functional one. No matter what type of new system you may have purchased, the hardening process is critical to establish a baseline of system security for your organization. Remember, when a new system is bought, it comes pre-installed with a number of software, applications, services, drivers, features, and settings. This can pose a security threat to your business. It is, therefore, necessary to remove the unnecessary functionalities and program and configure the necessary ones for additional security.
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