From Firewall Administration to Vulnerability Management to Patch Deployment, Remedi Security can support any organization as an extension of your security team. We help you take care of all those critical cyber security tasks that you either don't have time for or don't have the manpower to support.
We help your organization identify real exploitable attack pathways into servers, networks, and web applications by performing testing services. Pen testing is an ethical form of hacking that helps educate organizations on security issues within their technology environment.
Through the Virtual CISO service we strengthen a customer's security program by developing and executing a plan that addresses unique security demands. This service is designed to deliver expert security insight, leadership, and support while functioning as an extension of the business.
The Remedi team takes pride in bringing decades of experience to the table. We make information security decisions based on risk, not fear. We direct our clients with an unbiased perspective: guiding their decisions with quantitative data and expert security knowledge.
Our team is led by a group of highly trained, certified professionals who stay at the forefront of information security.
Remedi values its client relationships. We will guide you in building an information security program that complements your ever growing business.
Our information security consultants travel the country educating and inspiring technology professionals through engaging conversations and presentations at industry events.
Based on current security posture, we build custom solutions and roadmaps to guide your business to meet compliance and security.
By understanding information security risk and the impact it may have on an organization, Remedi's security consultants set the foundation for a formalized IT risk management program. Risk management is the ongoing process of identifying, assessing, and responding to risk. As the first step in the security cycle of risk management, a risk assessment provides insight into the effectiveness of a security program and acts as a baseline for subsequent policy and control decisions.
We cover the gambit of security services and solutions to make sure your business is protected at every corner.
If at all possible stop using the systems which you believe has been compromised. It could be used as a launch pad for additional attacks within your network. If you believe there has been financial loss to your organization you should report the intrusion to your local authorities. They will help determine which agencies should be involved in the investigation. Whether or not you choose to report the attack to law enforcement you should contact a reputable digital forensics investigator to determine how the attack occurred, the extent of damage and provide a plan for avoiding similar attacks in the future.
Vulnerability scanning is a non-invasive process which interrogates a device or application to determine if it is running software or has a configuration which has a known weakness. This weakness is not exploited in a vulnerability scan. A penetration test will actually attempt to exploit a weakness to determine what if any damage can be done. While both can be automated, penetration testing is a more complicated process.
Phishing is a technique used by online perpetrators and thieves to trick a user into giving up their personal information through some kind of fake website, email, or program. Generally, these phishing attempts mimic trusted sites to seem real, and then ask for information a trusted website would usually ask its users for. To prevent falling victim to one of these scams, there are a few rules of thumb to always follow. First, if some kind of offer seems too good to be true, it probably is, and is only an attempt to force you to compromise your personal information. Second, always remain skeptical of any suspicious emails you receive or websites you visit. If you experience anything odd or out of the ordinary, there is a good chance the website/email is bogus. By following these simple practices and always being an informed user, phishing attempts can be easily avoided.
Yes! With the current influx of new viruses and exploits online, all computer users need some type of protection software for their computers. Even mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets are at risk. Anti-Virus software not only notifies you when you have possibly contracted a computer virus or piece of spyware, but also tries to proactively block the threat before it strikes. Having this software installed is a key way to prevent data loss stop the spread of malicious software.