Cyber Security Testing for your Organisation isn’t a One-time Thing
Your Cyber Plan of Action
It’s like an MOT/annual inspection for your car, a point in time assessment.
Performing regular testing as part of a mature security policy reduces risk and increases resiliency to attack.
Would you like to find out how to reduce your risk of attack? In.security can help. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal chat to see how we can help.
Vulnerability scanning is like giving someone the keys to your house and telling them to look inside and out, noting all the ways they might be able to break in.
Penetration testing is like hiring a burglar and telling them to break in however they can and then to take what they can.
Don’t get confused or misled when procuring these services. They’re not the same, they provide different levels of assurance and addresses different levels of risk.
How secure is your laptop password and the passwords of your staff?
Although your passwords are scrambled when stored on your computer, an attacker will try to unscramble them should they be able to compromise your organisation’s network.
Our Active Directory Password Audit will reveal your password vulnerabilities, highlight areas of your organisation that are most at risk, show difficulty of attack metrics, identify password reuse, check your passwords against ones from known data breaches, and provide actionable advice to strengthen them against future attack.
Read more at Password Audit and see how we can help.
Remember, when choosing passwords, length is more important than complexity. There’s lots more advice, but this bit is paramount.
Random example (don’t use this!): The cat sat on the mat is SUBSTANTIALLY more resilient to attack than $S3cur3! and is also easier to remember.