Our information security services focus on providing you with tools and expertise, ensuring that your information systems remain threat-free. It is virtually impossible to secure any network completely, however you can adopt various options in order to increase the robustness of your systems.
D4n6 can assist you in identifying any weak points in your environment by using techniques such as vulnerability scanning to threat hunting and penetration testing, Moreover, we offer incident response role-playing and a variety of other social engineering scenarios to prepare you for handling any breaches which may come your way.
WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT INDIVIDUALS AND COMPANIES DO NOT WAIT UNTIL FALLING VICTIM TO A NEGLIGENT OR MALICIOUS INCIDENT. THE COST OF RECOVERING FROM AN INCIDENT FAR OUTWEIGHS THE COST OF BEING PROACTIVE.
A Vulnerability Assessment is a non-intrusive approach that produces a prioritised list of security vulnerabilities. A combination of automated and manual scans may be performed on your organisation’s IT systems or network. Such scans identify flaws that may be exploited during an attack. When undertaken, such scans do not affect the usual running of your environment(s).
D4n6 conducts these assessments with safety and business continuity as our first priority. Moreover the safety procedures we have designed, ensure that your business-critical systems remain available and fully functional during this exercise.
All cyber defences can be breached, sometimes maliciously, sometimes accidentally. For this reason, regulators, payment system providers and insurers now require organisations to define and implement advanced incident response capabilities. These measures are intended to minimise information losses and reduce the business impact of cyber breaches.
These assessment are aimed at targeting malicious activity including advanced persistent threats already existing within a network environment.
The assessment typically covers a sample of the critical nodes, whereby a 10% dip sample of higher risk employee types (sales, admin etc.) endpoints are evaluated, as well as a server sample.
D4n6 offers various options for penetration testing and provides various ethical hacker professionals to perform such tests. We can offer you tests on-site at your location or even off-site from our local offices or through our UK cyber security partners PA Consulting | 7Safe.
We offer black, white or grey penetration testing. In such cases test can range from ones whereby we are given no access, full access or partial access to systems. During the course of this exercise, our experts perform a number of tests to see how far they can circumvent the security measures you would have implemented.
Incident Response focuses on the detection, management and recovery from a cybersecurity incident. In such a scenario you need to plan and set up a team dedicated to handling such incidents. The aim is to minimise the damage and cost of recovery from such incidents. Such damage can translate into financial and reputational loss for any organisation and hence can have serious consequences.
For this reason, D4n6 teams up with clients to ensure readiness by security incident response teams to handle such incidents effectively and mitigate the consequences.
Social Engineering – Phishing Campaigns
Social engineering is the art of manipulating people into providing confidential information. The type of information acquired would vary depending on the targeted industry. Some common information sought after are passwords, bank information, access to the individuals’ computer to install malicious software and gain control and access not only of that computer but also of the network to which it is linked and more.
One of the most popular techniques used is Phishing where email and/or text campaigns are sent to the victim with the intent of creating a sense of urgency, curiosity or fear.
D4n6 offers various options for different phishing campaigns that can target any number of employees in a safe environment. These campaigns vary in length depending on the scope of the exercise. As an addition of any campaign, there are also learning modules that can be launched following the success of an attack.