Managed Security Services: Identify potential risks that may threaten your organization in order to prioritize and plan defenses to avoid those risks. The process includes applying a comprehensive strategy to deal with them. It offers continuous oversight, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.
Implementation and delivery
Application Security: Developing, adding, and testing security features within applications to prevent security vulnerabilities against threats such as unauthorized access and modification. Authentication, authorization, encryption, logging, and application security testing are all examples of application security features.
Cybersecurity consultancy & reporting
Integrated Threat Management (ITM): Consolidates different security components into a single platform or application for an enterprise IT archi- tecture. ITM provides a good response to increasingly complex and frequent malicious attacks by hackers and others intent on damaging systems.
Gap and risk assessment GRA
Data Protection and Privacy: A set of strategies and processes you can use to secure the privacy, availability, and integrity of your data. It is some- times also called data security. A data protection strategy is vital for any organization that collects, handles, or stores sensitive data.
Identity & Access Management (IAM): A framework of business processes, policies, and technologies that facilitates the management of elec- tronic and digital identities. With an IAM framework in your workplace, information technology (IT) managers can control user access to critical information within their organizations.
Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC): A set of processes and procedures to help your organization to achieve business objectives, address uncertainty, and act with integrity. The basic purpose of GRC is to instill good business practices into your everyday life.