One of the most basic tools in assessing the data security state is a penetration test. This test simulates an attempt to access the organization's critical business assets by an unauthorized or unwanted party.
Distributed Denial of Service attacks (DDoS) are an attempt to make a machine or a network resource unavailable to its intended users. Although the means to carry out, motives for, and targets of the attack may vary...
This audit, either complimentary to our “IT Infrastructure Data Security Audit” or self-sustained, assesses the VMWare configuration with a designated professional scan tool to identify security exposures in the VMWare management environment.
Cloud services, in its available models (IaaS, PaaS and SaaS), brought organizations an on demand access to virtually unlimited infrastructure resources (CPU, Memory, Storage etc.) and the ability to roll out new business applications fast.
Do you have an endpoint security policy? Is it actually enforced? Lack or poor security governance and control over the user's personal computing devices allow hackers today a relatively easy means to access the organization's critical business assets.
Today’s Information Security and Cyber Defense landscape shows an ongoing increase of human factor exploit attempts in order to gain access to critical information business assets.
A real-time monitoring service, designed to detect critical WEB site defacement or a possible APT attack exploit. This service helps WEB site administrators to respond fast and restore the WEB site while ensuring user's satisfaction and loyalty.
This audit simulates attacks and penetration attempts into the organization’s servers (covering OSI layers 2-4). During the audit, IPV Security’s professional team map the physical IT infrastructure serving the organization’s critical assets in order to locate data security vulnerabilities.
A good security policy is built in layers, protects each layer and assumes that any layer can be breached, depending on the resources and motives of the perpetrator. Moreover, security incidents and events start small and quickly grow in their magnitude and implications.