Cyber security

Cyber security has become a necessity for businesses of all sizes as their  systems and networks containing sensitive and valuable data, have come under siege by malicious actions. It is designed to protect all categories of data from theft and damage. Cybersecurity strategies should consider

Infrastructure security
Network security
Application security
Information security
Cloud security
Employee security training and awareness
Disaster recovery or business continuity

Vulnerability Assessment

The process of locating and reporting the vulnerabilities, which provide a way to detect and resolve security problems by ranking the vulnerabilities before someone or something can exploit them. In this process Operating systems, Application Software and Network are scanned in order to identify the occurrence of vulnerabilities, which include inappropriate software design, insecure authentication, etc.


Vulnerability Scanner

Audit Your Web Security with Acunetix Web Security with Acunetix Intuitive and easy to use, Acunetix by Invicti helps organizations ensure their web applications are secure from costly data breaches. It does so by detecting a wide range of web security issues and helping security and development professionals act fast to resolve them.


SIEM software collects log and event data generated by applications, devices, infrastructure, networks, and systems to analyze and provide complete visibility into view of an organization’s data. SIEMs analyze data in real time using rules and statistical correlations to give SOC analysts actionable insights they can use in investigations.

Real Time Analytics (RTA) is a cyber security monitoring and incident response solution that can ingest, normalize, enrich, analyze and index huge flows of events in real time, enabling the analyst to detect anomalies and establishes the conditions to rapidly strike back. RTA can be defined as a “Time Machine” which allows the analyst to gather information history in order to “freeze the crime scene” in dynamic and ever-changing situations. Our SIEM allows the Analyst to flash forward to gather information regarding potential effects of occurring events


UEBA stands for User and Entity Behavior Analytics and was previously known as user behavior analytics (UBA). UEBA uses large datasets to model typical and atypical behaviors of humans and machines within a network. By defining such baselines, it can identify suspicious behavior, potential threats and attacks that traditional antivirus may not detect.


Security Operation Center (SOC) is a centralized function within an organization employing people, processes, and technology to continuously monitor and improve an organization’s security posture while preventing, detecting, analyzing, and responding to cybersecurity incidents.

A SOC acts like the hub or central command post, taking in telemetry from across an organization’s IT infrastructure, including its networks, devices, appliances, and information stores, wherever those assets reside. The proliferation of advanced threats places a premium on collecting context from diverse sources. Essentially, the SOC is the correlation point for every event logged within the organization that is being monitored. For each of these events, the SOC must decide how they will be managed and acted upon. 


Our outsourced ISOC mission is to continuously monitor and improve our customers’ cyber security awareness giving a next generation cyber security monitoring and incident response capability. An integrated SOC/CERT increase the cyber-attack detection capabilities and the incident response governance, giving to the organization the possibility to respond in time and appropriately. 

We combined the best-in-class automation and augmentation tools with human resources and policies.

Our model let you to have a next generation SOC combined with CERT capabilities at the best conditions (minimum involvement and controlled cost). Furthermore, in this model, competent and operational people are made available immediately.

Incident Response: (SOC)

Incident response is an organized approach to addressing and managing the aftermath of a security breach or cyberattack, also known as an IT incident, computer incident or security incident. The goal is to handle the situation in a way that limits damage and reduces recovery time and costs.

Five Step of Incident Response
PREPARATION. Preparation is that the key to effective incident response.
DETECTION AND REPORTING. The focus of this phase is to watch security events so as to detect, alert, and report on potential security incidents.