MANAGED IT SECURITY
Cybersecurity it services
Are You Ready For The Next Cyber Attack?
This is becoming more common and more expensive to recover from. Small and Medium sized businesses are the favorite target for malicious hackers because they generally do not have an IT staff or experienced Cyber Security experts.
When you hear the term “IT Security”, you might think of things like firewalls, passwords and updates. Your Internet Service Provider’s firewall is not good enough. IT Security is a much bigger process that requires expert help.
the digital fire team security experience
Does your current IT team have experienced and certified Cyber Security experts? Digital Fire Team’s members hold major industry certifications such as:
- Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)
- Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
- Cisco Certified Network Security (CCNA – Security)
- Certified Security Analyst (ECSA)
- Cisco Cyber OPS
And have experience working on major cyber projects for:
- DoD Air Force Cyber
- DoD Army Cyber
- Local Government Collaboration
Digital Fire Team will work closely with you to define and execute cybersecurity solutions that are customized to meet the unique needs of your company. We utilize a risk management approach that looks across the organization to define challenges throughout the business and technology of your corporation.
Our team is experienced in helping protect your organization from compliance risk, providing insider industry knowledge from HIPAA, HITECH, PCI-DSS, NIST 800-171, and CMMC compliance.
Managed Security services
All businesses should have written IT Policies and Procedures, and many are required by statute to maintain and report on them to governing organizations.
We Can Develop and Publish Your Custom IT Policies
- Meetings with key personnel
- Discuss regulatory responsibilities and requirements
- Develop baseline document inclusions
- HR policies and procedures coordination
- Employee education and training needs
- Outside vendors expectations
Polices are aligned with NIST controls
|Access Control||Awareness and Training|
|Audit and Accountability||Configuration Management|
|Identification and Authentication||Incident Response|
|Personnel Security||Physical Protection|
|Risk Assessment||Security Assessment|
|System and Communications Protection||System and Information Integrity|
Policies We Can Assist With
- Acceptable Use Policy
- Clean Desk Policy
- User Awareness Training Policy
- Data Destruction Policy
- Data Breach Response Policy
- Disaster Recovery Plan Policy
- Digital Signature Acceptance Policy
- Email Policy
- Ethics Policy
- Pandemic Response Planning Policy
- Password Construction Guidelines
- Password Protection Policy
- Security Response Plan Policy
- End User Encryption Key Protection Policy
- Acquisition Assessment Policy
- Bluetooth Baseline Requirements Policy
- Remote Access Policy
- Remote Access Tools Policy
- Router and Switch Security Policy
- Wireless Communication Policy
- Wireless Communication Standard
- Database Credentials Policy
- Technology Equipment Disposal Policy
- Information Logging Standard
- Lab Security Policy
- Server Security Policy
- Software Installation Policy
- Workstation Security (For HIPAA) Policy
- Web Application Security Policy
End User Training
The most efficient way to educate your employees on how to fortify the human element of your company’s security is through cybersecurity awareness training. For remote workers in particular, phishing, social engineering, compromised passwords and weak network security can expose your business to attackers.
To keep employees fresh on how to protect themselves online, and make them aware of new, emerging threats and attack techniques, it’s recommended that training be completed at least once a year. Many business compliance or insurance requirements also mandate annual training.
Phishing is the number one security threat to businesses. It is critical to test users through phishing simulations to ensure that they are retaining what they learned, and refresh their knowledge if needed. The risk for not performing training is falling for an actual and costly phishing attack.
Our Training Services
- Annual Security Awareness for Compliance
- Emerging Threats & Trends
- Email Protection
- Password Policies
- Web Protection
- Social Engineering
- Remote Worker Security
- Simulated Phishing Campaigns
Security Vulnerability Assessments & Reports
Vulnerability assessments are an integral component of a good security program. The first step in the process of managing security risks is to identify and analyze the threats and the vulnerabilities facing an organization. A vulnerability assessment is a systematic review of security weaknesses in an information system. It evaluates if the system is susceptible to any known vulnerabilities, assigns severity levels to those vulnerabilities, and recommends remediation or mitigation, if and whenever needed.
Network & Wireless-Based Scans
Network-based scans combine host and service discovery with vulnerability enumeration. The discovery component of a network-based scan allows the assessor to identify the devices on a network and, for each device, determine its type and potential points of attack.
These scans can provide greater visibility into a system’s configuration settings and patch details, while covering ports and services
that are also visible to network-based scans
The security scanning process consists of four steps: testing, analysis, assessment and remediation.
The objective of this is to draft a comprehensive list of an application’s vulnerabilities, identify the root cause of the vulnerabilities, prioritizing the list of vulnerabilities, and creating a remediation plan of action. Security Analyst rank vulnerabilities based on such factors as:
- Which systems are affected
- What data is at risk
- Which business functions are at risk
- Ease of attack or compromise
- Severity of an attack
- Potential damage as a result of the vulnerability
Intrusion Detection & Prevention
Your firewall is an essential part of your IT security, but it can’t tell if your internal system is compromised and sending out malicious traffic. To keep up with emerging threats, you need a intrusion detection that will help to identify true threats and act quickly to protect assets.
An Intrusion Detection System (IDS) is a security technology that monitors network activity to identify suspicious patterns of behavior.
Intrusion detection commonly encompasses network and host-based methods. Network-based IDS (NIDS) is used to log and analyze traffic flowing across a network to identify unauthorized or anomalous behavior such as policy violations and malware. Host-based IDS (HIDS) includes file integrity monitoring, log monitoring and rootkit checking to analyze activity on individual endpoint devices.
Our Managed Intrusion Detection and Prevention Services (IDS/IPS) provide comprehensive protection for your network, computer and servers, by identifying unauthorized access from both internal and external sources, and blocking threats.
Advanced Endpoint Protection
Endpoint security, also known as endpoint protection, refers to the protection of internet-connected devices such as PCs, workstations, servers and smartphones against cyber threats. Endpoints are vulnerable to a wide range of attack vectors, which means they are commonly targeted by criminals.
Antivirus software is a common solution used by organisations to identify and remove known security threats. Relying on traditional antivirus solutions can, however, leave organisations vulnerable to more sophisticated threats such as memory-resident malware.
Endpoint Detection and Response technologies help take endpoint security to the next level by enhancing threat visibility and coverage beyond the scope of traditional antivirus and network monitoring tools. On each host on which a sensor is installed, an EDR tool will capture important system events such as registry and file changes and use real-time behavioural monitoring to pinpoint suspicious activity.
Backup & Disaster Recovery
Email Phishing & Malware Filtering & Protection
Security Operations Center
Password Management Solutions
Multifactor Authentication (MFA) Solutions
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is a set of integrated log management and monitoring tools that help organizations detect targeted attacks and data breaches. Digital Fire Team’s Security Incident and Event Management Services (SIEM) enable your company to gather security event and log files from all of your security technologies, network applications, and operating systems into one seamless platform to detect suspicious activity inside networks. When anomalous behavior is identified, an alert is generated for investigation.
Firewalls are the backbone of your secure network, and must be configured and managed accurately to protect your critical assets. This management requires a high level of expertise and resources to prevent unauthorized access to your users and systems.
Our Firewall Management Services monitors your firewall infrastructure 24/7/365 to detect and respond to threats before they become a problem. Our service offerings combine management, monitoring, and maintenance tor protect your organization. We can provide the firewalls or utilize what our currently have.
Zero Trust Solutions
Our Vulnerability Management Services assist your organization with scanning, prioritizing, and remediation to protect your network infrastructure from intrusions that could potentially damage your business. Our experts focus on discovering your vulnerabilities and reporting. We can help you demonstrate compliance with federal, state, and industry regulations, as well as reduce risk and enhance your overall security posture.
Data Loss Prevention
If you’re like most businesses, you’re trying to figure out how to handle security around the growing diversity of mobile devices and applications. You know you need to monitor use and protect against data loss and other risks caused by device theft, unauthorized access, malware, spyware, and inappropriate apps.
help you manage the security of your devices, but we’ll also help you save money by enabling your employees to be productive using personal devices for secure access of corporate resources.
We help our clients with critical insight and visibility into network activity: what applications are being used, what files are being shared, and what video and audio streams are being accessed. These types of activities can open the door for attacks, leading to potential data loss as well as compliance concerns.
A gap analysis will help us provide you with a comprehensive view of your organization’s existing business continuity and resiliency (BCR) processes. Analysis includes:
- Advising on the ability of your organization to restore critical business functions in time-priority sequence
- Assessing internal and external communications process and activities
- Assessing personnel and functions to properly manage BCR programs
- Constructing a process for collecting, analyzing, and prioritizing data for the BIA
- Determining the ability of your organization to rely on current documentation in the event of an emergency
- Reviewing existing BCR documentation and frameworks
- Reviewing frequency of updates to the BCR process
- Understanding your emergency response processes and how they were created
- Updating the governance used to support your current BCR efforts
The information gathered from our analysis will help you lay the foundation to accurately define your resilience requirements, including your recovery time objectives (RTO) and recovery point objectives (RPO). With our Business Continuity Impact Study, we can design, architect, and implement the right risk mitigation plan and provide you with the rationale to support ongoing investments in business-resilience solutions.
No matter the size of your business, cyber security is a definite requirement for every business in the digital age. If you are worried or unsure of where to start with an internal security audit, our team can help get you on track.