The world of technology is continuously evolving, from the rise in the Internet of Things (IoT) through the adoption of Software as a Service (SaaS) over traditional in-house applications. And as technologies shift, so does the threat landscape. Yet many organizations adapt their technology without guidance or direction from IT, information security, procurement, or risk specialists.
As a Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP), we act as our client’s trusted go-to partner bringing advanced expertise in the current threat landscape.
Let us become an extension of your team, whether seeking assistance with 24x7 network security monitoring, Virtual CISO Services, or Penetration Testing.
Managed Security Services
We combine the best-in-class technology with unmatched human expertise in order to provide advanced 24/7 threat monitoring, alerting, and incident response services. Our technology-agnostic approach gives us the flexibility to incorporate into your existing security infrastructure or begin from the ground-up with the technology that is right for your needs.
Penetration Tests & Vulnerability Management
Our suite of threat and vulnerability management services are designed to help you create and implement an effective and proactive security plan. We’ll work with you through every stage of the assessment process to identify, classify, and remediate and mitigate your vulnerabilities.
Security Risk Assessments
Our right-sized, tailored risk assessments include cyber risk assessments as well as network security reviews. Zyne Ventures’ experts go beyond the traditional assessment to help you prioritize and remediate critical issues now, before they become devastating issues in the future.
Incident Response Services
Do you have a known or suspected incident? Our experts are on-hand to investigate, assess, remediate, and mitigate damage. Quickly and discreetly.
Insider Threat Planning
Prevent IP theft, fraud and sabotage with an effective Insider Threat Program tailored for your unique business. We offer more than technology, because you can’t solve a human problem without understanding the human component.
Cyber Security Training
Security training has never been so important. Threats continue to evolve and your team is faced with choices every day that can directly affect the security of your business. We’ve shared our expertise with multiple corporations, from the executive suite to the technical development departments to help proactively prevent and detect threats, and prepare for the inevitable.
In today’s world, your data is at risk of theft no matter how it’s stored. On a hard drive, in a boardroom, and even while in transit between devices, it can be stolen or manipulated by malicious actors. Our secure communications services aim to help you overcome this increasingly pervasive problem.
Ransomware may be a form of malicious computer code. It’s designed to extort cash by block access to files or the system till the ransom is paid. Paying the ransom doesn’t guarantee that the data are recovered or the system remodeled.
Malware may be a sort of software package designed to achieve unauthorized access or to cause injury to a system or entire infrastructure. It can take a severe form if not resolve on-time. So, don’t overlook it, when detected, fix it as soon as possible.
It is known as a brute force attack in which hacker guesses the password combinations using some advanced tool to get into the network in an unauthorized way. Hackers take the help of automated systems like rainbow tables or dictionary attack list.
Social engineering could be a maneuver that adversaries use to trick you into revealing sensitive info. They’ll solicit a financial payment or gain access to your confidential information. Social engineering is often combined with any of the threats listed higher than to form you a lot of possible to click on links, transfer malware, or trust a malicious supply.
Denial of Service (DoS)
DoS attacks are another one of the oldest and most famed cyber-attacks in which the malicious actor gets into a system and makes it work slow and malfunctioning. These types of assaults obstruct even authorized users from accessing their data and records stored in the system. Flooding and Specially Crafted Data are the two most common DoS attacks.
Phishing is the follow of dishonest causation emails that match emails from esteemed sources. The aim is to steal sensitive information like MasterCard numbers and login info. It’s the first standard form of a cyber-attack. You’ll be able to facilitate shield yourself through education or a technology answer that filters malicious emails.
Tampering & Spoofing
In data tampering, an unauthorized person attempts to manipulate, modify, or delete the records by penetrating the security layer. Spoofing is a type of malicious practice where the hacker (untrusted source) hides their real identity and pretends to be like something else (trusted source).
These are the type of cyber-attacks in which a trusted user of the network may be the owner, employees, or vendors intentionally or unintentionally gives access to an outsider to get into the network by clicking a malicious link. Avoid clicking on any of such links received from an unauthorized source.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS)
DDoS attacks are the extended version of DoS attacks. In DDoS, instead of targeting a single system, hackers attack the entire network and make all the associated systems in a network function maliciously. Hackers always search for loopholes (it may be device weakness or network vulnerabilities) to penetrate someone else private network to steal or misuse their confidential data.
Man in the Middle (MITM)
A man in the middle attack is one of the oldest types of attacks and getting more fame with rising technology standards. In MITM, a third party illegally accesses the confidential details and login credentials by interrupting the mode of communication between two nodes. In this, a third party penetrates the security layer by eavesdropping on radio lines, phone lines, and a vast range of modes used to communicate.
If you are looking to work along with the right cybersecurity service provider, we have prepared a list of some of the essential points you should look into while having their services.
Always look out for Cyber Security services company that sets you free from vendor lock-in problem. You will be able to work more flexibly and free from compatibility issues. You have to not always depend on a third party to change small settings or any security setting.
Low Cost of Ownership
The TCO or total cost of ownership is a better option to be firstly identity in any company for choosing as cybersecurity service partner. Read out the contract assigning paper very carefully. Make sure the paper should be in elegant language, and all the cost, including additional cost, should be in your budget. Look out for any extra cost and its terms and condition for implementation. This will save you from further disputes and extra payment that can be way more than the advertised price.
Headache Free Management
The package that you choose should be providing you a timely report on security updates of your system. If there is any malware, spam, or any other relevant data generation related to your network, you should be updated with the detailed report. While having a Zyne Ventures on your side, we are responsible for managing your data's security. However, it would help if you still asked us to provide you the visibility option.
You can have an analysis if there is leakage of any information from your company to a third party.