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IT security audit, forensic analysis and cyber attack simulation managed service

2022-03-22 10:08:43
Sociedad mercantil estatal participada por la AGE
CYSE, the cybersecurity area of the Sermicro Group, has won the project to carry out an IT security audit, forensic analysis and managed service for the simulation of cyber attacks for a state trading company owned by the AGE.

Objectives

This project has several key objectives:
  • Reducing the risk of service interruption due to malicious attacks, limiting, as much as possible, any negative impact and reinforcing the recovery capacity in case of being affected.
  • Ensuring compliance with the client's legal obligations in terms of information security and cybersecurity.
  • Guaranteeing the confidentiality, integrity, availability and privacy of information, both that generated by our own activity and that received from employees and third parties.

Services

In order to achieve the aforementioned objectives, CYSE provides the following services:
  • IT security audit, to determine the client's protection capabilities against information security threats, as well as the level of exposure to risk.
  • Advanced Ethical Hacking Services, by carrying out tests with a complete analysis of vulnerabilities and an "Advanced Intrusion Test".
  • Computer forensic analysis, regarding the simulation of impersonation in one of the corporate email accounts.
  • Managed cyber attack simulation service. This platform allows simulations of different types of cyber attacks to be carried out, in order to establish the current level of awareness and/or knowledge of cybersecurity of the people to be evaluated and, once the results have been analysed, to propose what type of training would be best suited to the people evaluated.
  • Deliverables. Complete and detailed reports of the audit carried out are provided, with the necessary recommendations to be implemented in order to comply with the recommended security standards.
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