Assess Your Environment to Protect Your Organization from Threats

Visibility is key to identifying potential gaps in your cybersecurity architecture.  The threats to your business evolve every minute, which is why it is important to continually perform testing and analysis of your security posture for vulnerabilities. Wherever you are in your information security journey, testing and analysis of your current systems is vital to ensure your data is secure.

Mindsight’s team of ethical hackers and security practitioners approach cybersecurity from the attacker’s perspective, testing every control and potential gap. With our vast array of analysis services, we help our clients identify pertinent risks to the organization and develop a plan focused on prevention and remediation.

Our Testing and Analysis Services include:

  • Internal Pentesting
  • External Pentesting
  • Vulnerability Analysis
  • Web Application Testing
  • Wireless Pentesting
  • Social Engineering and Phishing Simulations
  • Secure Code Review

Testing Is Imperative

85% of companies have fallen victim to phishing attacks – it is one of the most common methods criminals use to infiltrate company systems. Evaluating the functionality of your security posture is the only way to know whether your strategy is effective.

Our teams firmly believe that you don’t know what you don’t know. The only way to ensure the security of your business is to test it regularly.

Long-Term Strategy Starts With The Basics

Whether you have military-grade security monitoring tools on every system or are just setting up your first firewall, building an effective cybersecurity strategy starts with understanding your current deployments and vulnerabilities. Mindsight’s testing and analysis services can help you identify gaps and determine the best next steps for cybersecurity investment.

Start your cybersecurity strategy off right by securing the fundamentals.

Process-Driven Means Proven Outcomes

Cyber criminals are methodical, which means threat hunters have to be as well. Mindsight’s ethical hackers and pentesters employ a proven six-step process to help our clients build a resilient posture that starts with where they are today.

 

Learn more about our proven six-step process.

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Mindsight Blog

Read the latest and most relevant technology news through the Mindsight blog. Our most recent articles are below.

Infrastructure, Security

  April 2, 2020 by Siobhan Climer and Eric White The sudden rise in employees who work-from-home, given the shelter-in-place orders around the country, means many organizations have increased their security risk factors. With employees accessing the company’s network and sensitive files from at-home networks,…

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Industry News, Security

  March 19, 2020 by Siobhan Climer and Mishaal Khan With the recent events surrounding the global coronavirus pandemic, health officials across the globe are recommending social distancing and greater attention toward basic hygienic practices. To facilitate the former, thousands of businesses have embraced –…

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Security

  March 12, 2020 by Siobhan Climer and Mishaal Khan A common misconception among those outside the cybersecurity sector is that a single technology – a single action or software or strategy – can make an organization “secure”.   This is, of course, untrue. As…

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