A cybercriminal loves the financial services industry because of the potentially large monetary payoffs it can have. However, for financial institutions, a data breach can hurt the institution's reputation and cost time and money to repair the damages.
These attacks have serious financial ramifications for banks and financial institutions, and their credibility and reputation are also at stake.
And even if they take steps to remedy for customers, it can also impact their customers (i.e., temporarily not having funds, monitoring and correcting fraud).
The education industry for School districts, colleges, and universities must protect their intellectual property and the personal information of everyone on campus.
Having various users accessing their networks and systems through personal devices adds an extra layer of risk.
As new threats appear daily, network security is a huge concern for small businesses and non-profits because they do not always have the budget or resources to fight cybercrime.
Often, small organizations rely on vendors to provide solutions that may or may not be sufficient. In these cases, a strong partnership and a solid vendor management process are critical.
Our goal is to stay ahead of malicious actors. As an attacker's expertise advances, so must our own. We stay one step ahead of malicious actors by beating them at their own game using industry-standard frameworks of common attacks that reflect the various phases of an adversary's attack lifecycle and the platforms they are known to target.
Our state-of-the-art in-house scripts and tools can stand up against any malicious actor's script. Our team of pen testers is located across the nation, giving us access to local industry professional groups to share local cutting-edge knowledge rapidly.