Businesses today are at a huge disadvantage when it comes to protecting their data from cyber attacks. Hackers are working everyday to ensure the newest scam is even more successful then the last via Trojan virus, malware, email phishing techniques, DDoS, brute-force attacks and the ever present vulnerable server. That is why it is important to have a security consulting team that shares the same passion, as the hackers do, when it comes to knowing the latest vulnerabilities and hacking techniques. Alias Forensics currently provides Dallas, Kansas City, Oklahoma City, Phoenix and Denver with real world experience and a better service when it comes to penetration testing, vulnerability assessments, incident response and security consulting services. By allowing our security team to be your security expert, will give you more time to focus on your business and not worry about the safety of your data.
Social Engineering and Intelligence: Knowing your domain, email address, secret questions, past employment, help desk procedures, company hierarchy and financial approvers.
Scanning and Vulnerabilities: Knowing what your network architecture is, what it responds too what solutions are installed and find the vulnerability to send you the payload.
Exposed and Remediate: After the vulnerability has been exposed, is it important so show, explain and educate on how the incident occurred, then how to avoid in the future.
If you are in need of a truly tested incident response team when it comes to finding a hacker, tracking down malicious activity, stopping a DDoS, or performing timeline analysis on a data breach do not hesitate any longer, as critical data is currently being destroyed.
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It is important that a business knows what to do during a data breach. By signing up for our Incident Response Planning service you will not only have the appropriate documentation to follow during a data breach but get hands on experience, led by our certified Incident Response analysts.
Around 80% of all companies, in the US, have been compromised in some manner over the past few years. That it is why a Vulnerability Assessment is important as businesses are commonly unaware, or do not have the technical skills, to know they are currently hacked, compromised, had data exfiltrated, or a command and control is talking to cyber attackers.