7tech Cyber Security

Cyber Security is a complex and ever-changing field.

When selecting a Cyber Security provider, it's crucial to assess their expertise and capabilities to ensure they can effectively address your organization's security requirements so you gain protection from Cyber threats and keep your organization's data safe. Some Cyber security providers may also specialize in certain areas, such as industrial control systems (ICS) security, internet of things (IoT) security, and/or threat hunting. By choosing the right services, organizations can improve their security posture and reduce their risk of a Cyber attack.

Below is a list of comprehensive Cyber Security services that a firm worth it's salt should offer, in whole or part, for your organization.

• Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (Pen Testing): This involves evaluating an organization's security posture by conducting a simulated attack identifying weaknesses and exploiting security flaws and vulnerabilities in an organization's systems, networks, and applications to proactively address those potential vulnerabilities and weaknesses that could be exploited by attackers.

• Network Security: Ensuring the overall security of networks through various measures such as segmentation, access controls, and network encryption. 7Tech uses Network Security Monitoring (NSM), which is a method of collecting and analyzing network data to detect unauthorized network activity lurking in the cracks and crevices of your network.

• Security Architecture and Design: This involves designing and implementing security solutions that meet the organization's specific needs. Great security architecture begins with establishing and following a standardized form for their systems, defining all configurations and interfaces so that network systems can all work securely and in unison.

• Incident Response and Forensics: This is the process of responding to and mitigating a Cybersecurity incident. This can include activities such as containment, eradication, and recovery, assisting organizations in responding to and investigating Cyber security incidents to identify the scope and impact of the breach.

• Threat Intelligence: This involves collecting, analyzing, and disseminating information about Cyber threats. This can help organizations to identify and mitigate potential threats. 7Tech uses multiple intelligence sources to garner information on the state of current threats here in the US and abroad.

• Risk Assessment and Management: This involves identifying, assessing, and mitigating risks to an organization's information assets. This can help organizations to reduce their exposure to Cyber threats. A proper risk assessment is a method used to subjectively determine the impact of a Cyber attack that effects your business, projects, and programs.

• Security Audits and Compliance Services: This involves ensuring that an organization is compliant with relevant Cyber security regulations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This can help organizations to avoid legal penalties and protect their business reputation.

• Security Education, Training, and Awareness: This involves educating employees about Cyber security threats and best practices helping employees to identify, report suspicious activity and avoid Cyber threats. This can help to reduce the risk of human-related security incidents, which is a major cause of Cyber security incidents. The majority of attacks, breaches, and infestations of Malware are caused by insiders, with most of them regular office workers simply, and unknowingly, clicking on the wrong thing.

• Managed Security Services (MSS): This involves providing organizations with ongoing monitoring and a comprehensive set of Cyber security services, such as vulnerability assessment, penetration testing, incident response, security awareness training, 24/7 monitoring, incident response, threat intelligence and other Cyber security services on a subscription basis.

• Security Information and Event Management (SIEM): Implementing SIEM solutions to centralize and analyze security event logs to detect and respond to security incidents. A SIEM system gathers logs and tables of data and turns them into readable, actionable data that can be easily read.

• Data Loss Prevention (DLP): This involves implementing measures to prevent the unauthorized transmission or disclosure of sensitive data as well as the prevention of sensitive data being lost or stolen. Ransomware is widely considered to be the most dangerous form of data loss because its only intent and nature is to make all data unavailable until a ransom is paid for the data in question.

• Identity and Access Management (IAM): This involves managing who has access to what resources in an organization's IT environment through user identities, authentication, and access privileges to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive resources.

• Email Security: Protecting email systems from spam, phishing attempts, malware-laden attachments, and other email-based threats. This is detrimentally important and critical to any organization's security posture.

• Cloud Security Services: This involves securing organizations' cloud environments, data, applications, cloud deployments, infrastructure, and ensuring compliance with cloud security standards.

• IoT Security: This involves securing organizations' Internet of Things (IoT) devices, which are increasingly vulnerable to Cyber attacks.

• Security Operations: This involves monitoring and managing an organization's security infrastructure.

• Security Product and Service Integration: This involves integrating security products and services from different vendors into a single, cohesive system.

• Firewall Management: Configuring, monitoring, and maintaining firewalls to protect networks from unauthorized access and malicious traffic.

• Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems (IDPS): Deploying and managing IDPS solutions to detect and block suspicious activities and attacks.

• Endpoint Security: Securing endpoints (e.g., computers, laptops, mobile devices) with antivirus, anti-malware, and other protection mechanisms.

• Threat Intelligence Services: We provide real-time information about emerging threats and vulnerabilities to enhance proactive defense measures. This involves collecting and analyzing information about Cyber threats in order to identify and mitigate risks as well as sharing information about Cyber threats.

• Web Application Security: Assessing and securing web applications to prevent common security vulnerabilities like SQL injection and cross-site scripting (XSS) to ensure that applications are secure from attack.

• Cyber security Consulting and Risk Assessment: Assessing an organization's security posture, identifying risks, and recommending appropriate security strategies thereby providing organizations with advice and guidance on Cyber security matters.

• Security Engineering: We design and implement comprehensive Cyber security solutions.

• Security Research: We conduct ongoing research on new Cyber threats and vulnerabilities.

• Mobile Security: Implementing security measures to protect mobile devices and applications from threats that could potentially harm your organization.

• Virtual Private Network (VPN) Services: Implementing and managing secure VPN solutions for remote access and data transmission.

• Ransomware Protection and Recovery: Implementing measures to prevent ransomware attacks and assisting with data recovery in case of an attack.