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RiskFactors

 

Are you worried that your website may have security risks? Our team of experts deploy rigorous cyber security risk factor discovery campaigns in order to find and remediate your website’s risk factors.

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What you Can Expect

WithRisk Factor Discovery

Discover the client’s online presence and identify risk factors.

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Web Application Enumeration

Identify Web Frameworks
Directory Fuzzing
Crawling
Credential Testing
Information Disclosure
Penetration Testing

 

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Domain Enumeration

Sub-domain Scanning
Windows and Linux
Vulnerability Scanning Domain
DNS Scanning
Naming Convention
Active Directory Environments

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Services Enumeration

File Transfer Protocols
Databases
CMS Plugins & Themes
Vulnerable Software
Users and Authentication
Remote Access Services

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User Enumeration

Credential Harvesting
Hash Cracking
Password Auditing
Password Storing
WordPress User List
Brute Force Login

 

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Social Engineering

Phishing Assessments
Email Security
Mobile Device Security
Spot Malicious Files in Emails
Employee Security Training
Information Disclosure Audit

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Device Fingerprinting

Software Versions
Operating Systems
Outdated Services
Exploitable Vulnerabilities

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Did you know that many organizations still don’t comply with established security frameworks, adhere to security best practices, or properly protect sensitive information?
It’s important to remember that risk factors can evolve over time, and new threats may emerge. A proactive approach to cybersecurity, including staying informed about the latest threats and implementing best practices, can help mitigate these risks.

  • Financial losses/stock impact
  • Loss of customer trust
  • Legal and regulatory consequences
  • Operational disruptions
  • Intellectual property theft
  • Damage to brand reputation

What Risk Factor Discovery Includes?

Cybersecurity risk factor discovery is a crucial process that helps organizations to identify and mitigate potential threats to their digital assets. This process involves a comprehensive and systematic analysis of an organization's systems, networks, and applications to identify weaknesses that can be exploited by cybercriminals. The discovery process includes a range of activities such as vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, network mapping, and security audits. Vulnerability assessments involve the identification of potential security weaknesses in an organization's systems, applications, and network infrastructure. This can include outdated software, mis-configurations, and unpatched vulnerabilities. Once identified, these vulnerabilities can be remediated through the application of patches and updates, and through the implementation of security best practices. Penetration testing involves simulating an attack on an organization's systems to identify potential vulnerabilities that can be exploited by cybercriminals. This process involves the use of automated tools and manual techniques to identify weaknesses that can be exploited to gain unauthorized access to an organization's systems or data.

Why You Need Risk Factor Discovery

Cyber Security Risk Factor Discovery is an essential component of any comprehensive cybersecurity strategy. By identifying potential risks and vulnerabilities, businesses can take proactive steps to protect their sensitive data and prevent cyber attacks. With the increasing frequency and sophistication of cyber threats, it is more important than ever for businesses to prioritize cybersecurity and invest in risk assessments.

Steps Involved in Our Risk Factor Discovery

Through the various steps in our risk factor discovery, our team will thoroughly analyze all risk factors and document accordingly.

Step 1.Enumeration

Enumeration is an ongoing process that must be conducted regularly to ensure that an organization’s cybersecurity posture remains up-to-date. As cyber threats continue to evolve, organizations must keep pace by regularly performing enumeration and updating their security measures. The importance of cybersecurity enumeration cannot be overstated. It is a critical component of any effective cybersecurity strategy and can help organizations stay one step ahead of cybercriminals.

Cyber security social engineering is a technique used by cyber criminals to manipulate individuals into divulging sensitive information or performing actions that can lead to data breaches or financial loss. This technique is particularly effective because it targets the human element of cyber security, exploiting human errors and emotions to gain access to secure systems or networks.

Step 2.Social Engineering

Step 3.Device Fingerprinting

Device fingerprinting can be used to identify a wide range of devices, including desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets, routers, and IoT devices. This technique can provide valuable insights into the vulnerabilities and security risks associated with each device. Once a device has been fingerprinted, security professionals can use this information to develop effective security policies and procedures to mitigate risks.

Once these discovery risk factors have been identified and documented, our team will remediate and solve these security breaches.

Step 4.Remediation

Frequently AskedQuestions

Social engineering is the art of manipulating people to divulge confidential information or perform an action that is against their best interests. It is a technique that is often used by cybercriminals to gain unauthorized access to computers, systems, or networks. There are several social engineering examples that can be used to illustrate this concept. For example, phishing scams are one of the most common social engineering tactics used by cybercriminals. In a phishing scam, the attacker sends an email that appears to be from a legitimate source, such as a bank or other financial institution. The email will typically contain a link that leads to a fake website that is designed to mimic the real one. Once the victim enters their login credentials, the attacker can then use this information to gain access to their account.

Risk Factor Discovery is an ongoing effort as with all things cyber security.

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