Based on the experience and competence of our team, we are ready to provide a full range of consulting services in the field of cybersecurity


maturity assessment of safety management processes

Key points:

  • identify potential “threats”, conduct their statistical analysis, give an accurate picture of the structure of possible losses at the facility;
  • to form a common vision of all stakeholders in the matter of ensuring the safety of the facility, taking into account the strategic goals of the company;
  • to form the optimal (from the point of view of the cost / effectiveness ratio) complex of security systems taking into account the most probable risks and threats;
  • ensure the harmonization of various elements of the security system within a single concept;
  • set the parameters for evaluating the effectiveness of the future security system.

risk analysis and assessment

Risk analysis refers to the procedure for identifying risk factors and assessing their significance. Thus, risk is the likelihood that certain undesirable events will occur that adversely affect the achievement of the goals of a particular business process. Risk analysis includes risk assessment and methods to reduce risks or reduce adverse effects associated with it.

Risk analysis can be divided into two mutually complementary types: qualitative and quantitative. Qualitative analysis aims to identify (identify) factors, areas and types of risks. A quantitative risk analysis should provide an opportunity to quantify the size of individual risks and the overall risk in general. The final results of the qualitative risk analysis, in turn, serve as initial information for conducting a quantitative analysis.

However, the implementation of a quantitative assessment meets the greatest difficulties associated with the fact that a quantitative assessment of risks requires appropriate baseline information and a well-defined jackal of assessment.


the formation of a strategy for the creation and development of cyber security in the organization

The need for a cybersecurity strategy, as a rule, arises for companies that already feel confident enough in the market to make plans for the years ahead, but have faced the following challenges:

  • lack of correlation between the strategic goals of the company and the directions of cybersecurity development;
  • insufficient information security of the company’s key business processes;
  • low return on investment in the development of information security.

The cybersecurity development strategy should be considered as some kind of map that defines landmarks on the ground and directs to the goal. It allows you to make achieving your goal manageable by setting limits and priorities for making tactical decisions for those who are responsible for the development of the company and / or individual areas. It is worth noting that the cybersecurity strategy should not be static and, as the uncertainty factor decreases over time, the strategy should be reviewed and, if necessary, adjusted, setting new priorities for tactical decisions.


training your specialists

Training employees and developing their skills in applying advanced IT security technologies is one of the key elements of an effective corporate strategy aimed at protecting against threats and minimizing the consequences of cyber attacks. The courses are aimed at companies that consider IT security one of their priority areas of activity and strive to provide a higher level of protection for their infrastructure and intellectual property. The information, safe and educational program offered by the company has a wide coverage of topics and approaches related to ensuring IT security, and offers various types of certification – from the basic to the expert level.


cyber security office staff training, repelling phishing attacks

Technical protection measures against phishing, such as filtering and analysis of mail / web traffic, limiting the software environment, preventing the launch of attachments, are very effective, but they cannot resist new threats and, more importantly, they can not resist human curiosity and laziness. There were cases when a user, being unable to open / launch malicious content at the workplace, sent it to his home computer and started it, with all the ensuing consequences.

Therefore, no matter what solid technical security system we build, we should not forget about the main link in the entire chain – the user, and his training.

Periodic briefings and newsletters are an important component of staff training, but, as practice shows, their effectiveness is much lower than training employees on their own mistakes.

What will we do to conduct testing and training of personnel to identify phishing attacks.

  1. Send phishing emails to users;
  2. When you click on the link in the body of the letter to notify the user of his error – send to the web site with a training page;
  3. Keep statistics on inattentive users.

implementation of solutions and their support

We provide a full range of work on the implementation of solutions with subsequent support.