Around 80% of all companies in the United States have been compromised over the past few years. Not all compromises are noticeable. Some can include small hacks such as data ex-filtration or leaked credentials. Vulnerability assessments can help your business verify your security.
A vulnerability assessment is ideal for those of you who might not have the budget or the knowledge regarding a full scale penetration test but are still looking for something. This assessment will review your network and inform you of anything suspicious. Our reporting process provides your staff with the information they need to better protect your company.
In the aftermath of the recent pandemic, Alias Forensics is now offering a remote workplace security assessment. All over the world, remote workplaces were hastily spun up with little thought to security. Going remote is what saved many companies from having to downsize or even completely shutter their doors.
This scan is built to review networks and alert of any potential threats or weak spots that could be taken advantage. As more businesses have gone remote and could potentially plan to work remote more often, this scan would serve as a way to ensure your digital security.
Compliance can be a pain to maintain, but our team makes it easy. Alias Forensics is able to review your business and provide an easy to understand report. We never use over the top, convoluted language.
Measure your compliance with a review of your company policies, procedures, risk appetite then finished up with a vulnerability assessment of your environment. We compare your environment to the NIST Cybersecurity framework in order to measure the maturity level of the company’s overall cybersecurity program and provide recommendations for improvement.
Alias Forensics also covers the following compliance requirements for a full stream of other regulatory bodies including: HIPAA, SOX, PCI and FFIEC.
Looking to fulfill the needs of the FFIEC or the FDIC auditors? We can help your financial institution not only fulfill your compliance requirements, but further assist your group with our multi-tier cyber security program. Our IT Examination risk assessment is able to give you an in-depth look into your environment as well as provide actionable steps to better enhance your security.
The upcoming Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is the newest regulatory standard that Department of Defense (DoD) subcontractors and contractors alike must adhere to in order to maintain eligibility for many government contracts. CMMC aims to help protect against leaks and unauthorized access of Federal Contract Information (FCI) and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). CMMC maturity level requirements are unique to each company and the government contracts in which they are bidding, which is why having a seasoned team with a deep understanding of the cybersecurity frameworks involved with the CMMC standard is vital.
CMMC is still in the development process and will not be officially released until the Summer of 2020, but we can help your company get ahead of the process. We offer free consultations to help identify where your organization currently stands based upon CMMC models released so far. We also provide initial assessments to verify information provided in the consultation and determine exactly which level of CMMC maturity the cybersecurity controls, processes, and policies used in your organization will meet. If higher levels of CMMC maturity are required than that of which your organization stands currently, our report will work as a road map to get you where you need by the certification deadline!
Once the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification Accreditation Body has released the established requirements for becoming a CMMC Third Party Assessment Organization (C3PAO), we’ll be able to provide certified assessments for your organization on the level of CMMC maturity you are required to meet. This ensures eligibility for government contract bids from a CMMC maturity level perspective, which will begin to take effect in the Fall of 2020.
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