The information systems of a Company are exposed to vulnerabilities that may pose a risk in IT assets at the level of availability, integrity and confidentiality with the consequent impact on the operation of the business.
Detect vulnerable vectors in the organization, whether external or internal, and as a result, take corrective measures to avoid intrusions, thereby raising the level of security of the IT assets involved.
Have a real view on the level of security.
At the end of the audit, and as a result of this, a report is made with the current situation in detail and the recommendations to be followed.
We offer the possibility of having regular support and monitoring through an Annual Cybersecurity Plan.
Companies over time leave their “fingerprint” on the Internet. This footprint includes all the data that a company has published or propagates (documentation, emails, metadata, etc.) outside its domain, as well as the technologies used.
Through the “Secure FootPrint” audit, information published and available on the Internet is searched to validate the level of existing security.
Depending on the result obtained, an External Audit is carried out.
Identification of the security level of the architecture used in the construction of the Company’s web environment.
Report with relevant data regarding the URL or IP:
It is a non-intrusive analysis (there is no impact on the Company’s infrastructure), since the information is public and accessible through the Internet.
In addition to being aware of public and published information, Companies must know the degree of exposure to threats, on which their web services are based.
It is an intrusive analysis. For its realization, we rely on:
Companies must be aware that the data they use in operations and decision-making are collected and stored in information systems, which are susceptible to attacks, such as ransomware, malware, theft, etc.
It is an intrusive Analysis in which no vulnerability is exploited that jeopardizes the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information systems.
We provide, through our knowledge and good practices, the corrective measures to apply.