Threat Hunting

Take a proactive not reactive approach to cyber security. 

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In this digital age online presence is the face of your business. Hacking techniques are evolving and the data value is going up, creating a lucrative business for hackers. This is making every business vulnerable. Penetration Testing provides the assurance that your IT infrastructure and Applications are safe.

Pre-existing Malware can still be lurking

There are many endpoint security tools that are used to protect you network from malware, however, their implementation does not ensure the removal of pre-existing malwares. These can continue to linger until actively searched for and removed.

Advanced Persistent threats

Even though your environment may use measures such as firewalls to deny entry to suspicious actors, malwares can remain undetected for a long period of time and move laterally in the network.

Bypassing existing security solutions

If by any chance a malware does enter your network, it can remain undetected for a long period of time without a proactive approach to hunt for these.

data Breach

Rouge devices can continue accessing and sending confidential information without your realisation. The longer a data breach goes undetected the more harm it can do to your business.

We are the police that catches bad guys in your environment

Our experts go into your environment and observe behaviour in your network and detect any malicious activity.

Reduced Threat Landscape

Increased Incident Response Speed

Improved Environment Security

Worried that your network or applications may have more vulnerabilities  than you had thought?

Learn about cyber security

There ‘s  no one size fits all solution for cyber security services.While some companies install a firewall and think they are safe,we follow a proven 3 step system to ensuring a business has the highest level of security possible. 

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Don't be a sitting duck

There's hackers out there right now looking to target businesses like yours

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