Ransomware Readiness Assessment
Kumitech Advisors help identify and evaluate the risk of a ransomware attack on your organization's network and systems. This assessment involves analyzing your organization's current security measures and identifying vulnerabilities that could be exploited by ransomware. This assessment may also involve simulating a ransomware attack to test response and recovery capabilities. The goal of a ransomware assessment is to identify and mitigate the risk of a ransomware attack, and to ensure that your organization is prepared to respond effectively in the event of an attack.
Information Security Risk Assessment
Information Security Risk Assessment process involves Kumitech Advisors identifying your organization's assets and the threats that they face, evaluating the likelihood and impact of those threats, and determining the cost-effectiveness of implementing controls to mitigate the risks. The assessment include testing the organization's security measures to identify vulnerabilities and gaps in coverage.
Cloud Security Assessment
Kumitech Advisors evaluating the CSP's compliance with industry standards and regulations, such as SOC 2, ISO 27001, and PCI DSS, as well as evaluating the CSP's security controls and architecture, including network security, data encryption, access controls, incident response, and disaster recovery. The assessment may also include an analysis of the organization's own security controls and practices, such as secure configurations, network segmentation, and identity and access management, to ensure they are properly integrated with the cloud environment.
Vulnerability Scanning Assessment
Kumitech's vulnerability scanning assessment involves identifying potential vulnerabilities in your organization's network, systems, and applications, using automated tools known as vulnerability scanners. These scanners search for known security weaknesses in your organization's infrastructure, and provide a report that identifies the vulnerabilities found and their severity. The assessment may also include comparing the results of the scan to industry standards and best practices, such as the OWASP Top 10, to identify vulnerabilities that are commonly exploited by attackers.