Cyber Intelligence Security Assessment

In today's world, digital innovations are at the core of virtually every industry. Automation and increased connectivity have revolutionised the world's economic and cultural structures, but they've also introduced risk in the form of cyberattacks. Threat intelligence is information that enables you to avoid or mitigate attacks. Threat intelligence is based on data and offers background — such as who is targeting you, what their motivation and capabilities are, and what signs of system vulnerability to look for — to help you make informed security decisions.

DigiAlert cyber security assessment services will provide a thorough danger, threat, and vulnerability analysis to ensure your company's security. Our multidisciplinary approach considers protection from all perspectives in order to reduce risks posed by data, the physical environment, and the human element, as well as the role of technology.

Our cybersecurity assessment and IT security risk assessment services identify the causes and risk factors of identified security gaps in a company's technology infrastructures and employee training, and recommend solutions. Maintaining an efficient cyber protection strategy necessitates this procedure.

What do you mean by cyber security intelligence assessment?

The Cybersecurity Assessment looks at each level of the infrastructure, as well as response strategies, training strategies, and business continuity plans. This in-depth study and subsequent reaction results in cyber security protocols that develop in response to threats. Identify security holes in the infrastructure and close them with appropriate preparation, software patches, or network reorganisation, while a response plan may be implemented to mitigate the impact of an intrusion or system breach. As circumstances change and new threats emerge, an efficient protection framework must be checked, evaluated, and adjusted as required.

Why is cyber security assessment critical?

Since DigiAlert  recognises that each organisation is unique, the type of risk assessment that should be conducted is primarily determined by the individual organisation and its potential risk. If it is determined that all the organisation requires at this time is general prioritisation, a simplified security assessment approach to an enterprise security risk assessment can be used. Even if a more in-depth security assessment is required, the simplified approach can be a useful first step in generating an overview to guide decision-making.

What is our methodology?

  • Detect current and previous intruder behaviour in your environment while vastly enhancing your ability to react to potential attacks.
  • Through detecting insider threat protection holes, vulnerabilities, and programme flaws, you will assess the ability to effectively detect, avoid, and mitigate the impact of insider threat incidents.
  • Without the risk of actual business risks or misleading headlines, test your organization's cybersecurity programme against real-world attack scenarios.
  • Assess the security team's ability to avoid, track, and respond to cyber-attacks using practical attack scenarios specific to your industry
  • By reviewing your information security programme, you will improve your security posture, reduce risk, and minimise the effect of security incidents.
  • Examine your company's ability to detect, respond to, and contain advanced attackers as well as business-impacting malware like ransomware.
  • To assess your security procedures, resources, and proficiency when reacting to an attack, play a scenario to test your organization's incident response plan.

The final step in a threat intelligence programme is to create cyber threat intelligence reports and share them with appropriate security department units. Intelligence must be communicated with the right people at the right time in order to be useful. Cyber threat intelligence reports from DigiAlert should ideally provide information that aids security practitioners in making decisions about corporate security controls and defending against cyber threats.

What are the benefits of cyber intelligence security assessment?

You will find the weak points in your critical assets and take corrective measures with DigiAlert  cyber security assessment services before attackers exploit them to undermine your company or steal your confidential data.

Assessment and review of cyber security
Penetration testing and vulnerability evaluation
Assessments of breaches and compromises
Assessments of wireless protection
Examination and design of policies and procedures

Over half of attack behaviours are effective in infiltrating environments without being detected. That means you should concentrate on improving your protection software in order to protect against the most common threat actors. To begin, it is important to conduct a proactive evaluation of your organization's ability to avoid, identify, and react to cyber-attacks before they occur.

Before cyber-attacks threaten your company activities and become news breaches, our team of experts makes practical suggestions to strengthen your processes, solutions, and overall security posture.

Why choose DigiAlert?

Specialists, at DigiAlert, have been on the front lines of cybersecurity, fighting the world's most devastating cyber threats – more than every other cybersecurity advisory firm in the sector. We think like threat actors and understand their processes to help you plan for and avoid harmful cyber threats to your enterprise, thanks to our deep knowledge of advanced adversary activity.

Our proactive security evaluation tools will help the company improve its overall cybersecurity maturity:

  • Get a real and comprehensive picture of your current security situation.
  • Identify security flaws to stop cyber-threats from exploiting the network's flaws.
  • Reduce the likelihood of cyber-attacks and their consequences for your business.
  • Targeted attacker behaviour must be discovered, investigated, and contained.
  • Prevent business-critical assets from being compromised and the activities from being disrupted.
  • With up-to-date threat information, align your security services to the most important threats to your company.

How can cyber intelligence security assessment help your business?

100% conformance to the NICE 2.0 and CREST systems
Covers a variety of data collection methods.
Internal, external, and custom IOCs are all used to collect data.
The most up-to-date threat analysis resources, networks, and frameworks are included.
Approach to threat data analysis based on structures
Intelligence reporting and distribution tools and techniques
EC-Council iLabs have 40% hands-on experience.

By studying threat data and providing information on adversaries, cyber intelligence helps you to deter or mitigate cyber-attacks. It aids in the detection, preparation, and prevention of attacks by providing data on perpetrators, their motivations, and capabilities.

Threat intelligence enables companies to be proactive rather than reactive in the face of potential cyber-attacks by providing predictive capabilities. It is difficult to effectively fight cyber-attacks without first recognising security weaknesses, threat indicators, and how threats are carried out. Security professionals who use cyber intelligence will prevent and contain threats quicker, potentially saving money.

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