Understanding the cyber landscape in which your business operates is fundamental to its security. We will work with your management team to address the critical questions about how fit for purpose existing systems, policies, people and procedures are.
Armed with that knowledge we create strategies which address the critical issues. Putting our clients in the best possible position to manage their risks is what we do every day.
We will also translate that strategy into action – whether you need to recruit the right team to implement it, want support to identify an outsourced solution and expert negotiation in its procurement or prefer to build skills into your existing team.
Not only can we test your technology, we can also test your team and then ensure that technical, operational and managerial staff are trained in the skills they need to be both security aware and equipped to respond to threats.
No business can afford to lose the trust of its customers by having its websites coming under threat from hackers. Our Security Operations Centre is staffed by experienced experts and dedicated to monitoring website security and delivering the protection you need to ensure your virtual shop window is secure.
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We are at the cutting edge of defence and security research, so our organisational cyber security needs to reflect that. Robert of The Cyber Security Expert works on the same plane, and his strategic thinking on our behalf has enabled us to develop a robust cyber security strategy and implement it across our IT infrastructure, management of IT provision and operational security. Cyber security requires a dynamic response and his regular training of both directors and staff has been fundamental in keeping us at the forefront of best practice. I can’t recommend his services highly enough.
Rob Pritchard of The Cyber Security Expert is a technical specialist with a rare trait, the ability to share that knowledge in a highly focused and constructive way to provide the very best technical training programmes. He developed our Cyber-Security for OSINT Analysts programme. It’s proved highly successful with clients who have large teams of analysts. Rob is particularly adept at reflecting our clients’ needs when creating bespoke courses and they appreciate both his ability to identify their requirements as well as his clear delivery style.
Great thread. 1994 was the year I first used a web browser too (and had used bulletin boards, and various networking technologies before but not a browser). twitter.com/mikko/status/1…
@GossiTheDog @ProfWoodward @jleyden @troyhunt @thorsheim @taviso Agree pw managers are a good solution, and they are what I recommend, but also agree that mass adoption is probably unlikely unless they become as easy to use as eg Keychain.
@GossiTheDog @jleyden @troyhunt @thorsheim @taviso Yeah I think it's that. I did a (very short) radio interview about this at the weekend, and even speaking in person it's difficult to explain the concept of pw manager in totally layperson language in a short period, never mind in a 15 second advert. 3 random words easier.
@thegrugq HH also wrote The Stainless Steel Rat, who I often think is good anology for some of what we see in infosec today.
@thegrugq Soylent Green (the film) is based on Make Room! Make Room! by Harry Harrison (Which I’m sure you know, I just have nothing better to do right now. It’s a worth a read)