Cyber Security Services

Cyber Security Services

Our cyber security services covers the online threat potentially face by business entities that can cost them huge amount of money to recover, not to mention on the consequence to face with the respective parties for the data loss. Companies are now putting lots of efforts to protect themselves against any kind of cyber attacks.


Security Information and Event management (SIEM)
Setting Up /managing/optimizing SIEM we have the resource to support a broad range of SIEM technologies, including ‘Next-Gen’ and SaaS SIEM solutions. SIEM experts will be able to consult you on the best SIEM to be implemented in your environment, tailored to your organisation’s threat detection needs.

Threat Intelligence
Pro-actively detects digital threats against your brand, offering take-down of new domains that leverage our Security Operation Intel team to offer/take immediate action and remove threats quickly. We can create Threat Intelligence services/frameworks which employs advanced algorithms and big data analysis, that is able to monitor and analyze vast amounts of sources and cross reference the activities of threat actors to derive a comprehensive threat intelligence picture.

The goal of application penetration testing is to assess the implementation of your software security controls and provide tailored recommendations on areas that could be improved. By using the same techniques as criminal hackers, our consultants look for ways to gain unauthorized access to data stored in the application or to the systems hosting it, this can be an independent web based application, a standalone application or any independent application.

Infrastructure penetration testing is designed to simulate a real world attacker identifying and exploiting security weaknesses in your IT systems and networks. Vulnerability scans stop short of exploitation, providing a list of possible issues. Penetration testing verifies whether these issues can be used to compromise the confidentiality, integrity or availability of your, or your customer’s data.

Writing secure software doesn’t have to be a headache. Most businesses have some degree of quality control or testing already in place and this is often a great place to start with. Through our software security consultancy we parachute in to businesses and help them address software security issues at root cause. We can help to review your Software Development Lifecycle, your coding standards, your actual code, all the way through to your assurance processes, we love code. At the end of the day, we’re all closet developers here at and we’ve come from a background rich in supporting software developers produce secure, reliable code. Which means we can also help you do the same. Something we’ve consistently found over the years is that, when a company is struggling repeatedly to iron out security issues at a grass roots level, it’s actually a more fundamental problem with their development lifecycle. For this reason, we’ve partnered with some subject matter experts to provide consulting and enhancement advice across the wider development approach, not just information security. Needless to say, the partners we’ve chosen are all well-versed in secure coding and highly knowledgeable on common web application security issues, so along the journey of improving your SDLC you’ll also be solving your security issues at root cause too.

Advanced Testing for an Advanced Threat. Traditional penetration testing often takes a general approach, seeking to identify susceptibility to a wide variety of common weaknesses in infrastructure, applications, networks, etc. This is still the most common route to compromise however, for some of our customers they face a more specific, determined threat. This is where our Simulated Target Attack services come into play. We partner with leading threat intelligence providers (and your in-house teams where applicable) to build a profile of the threats your business faces based on real world data gathered from a wide range of sources including Dark Web sites. By knowing your enemies in this way, can build realistic, targeted attack scenarios to enact against your organisation and help you understand your resilience to a sustained, advanced attacker – without disruption to your business operations. Our attack traffic is tailored to simulate specific threat actors relevant to your business to give your response teams every chance to detect and respond, just as if it were a real incident.

A typical mobile application comprises two parts, the app itself installed on the mobile device and a web service exposing actions via an application API. During a mobile application security review it is important to consider both parts of this equation. The objective of a mobile application security review is to provide assurance over the security controls in place in both the mobile app itself and, optionally though ideally, the service as a whole.

With the rise of mobile computing and BYOD wireless networks could no longer be ignored in the business environment. Most companies provide wireless networking these days, even if it is on a segregated network with no access to the corporate LAN. The main security concern with wireless networks is the removal of a physical barrier. An incorrectly configured wireless network can be connected to from distances ranging from hundreds of meters to even a number of miles. If your wireless security is not adequate it removes the need for a brazen attacker to be located at your premises and you may not be able to detect the attack at all. As our infrastructure penetration testing, the objective is to identify and exploit security weaknesses in your wireless networks in order to provide your business with the assurance it needs over its data security. By striking first in this way, the idea is simply to understand where your vulnerabilities are and plug them before they can be used against you by criminal hackers.

Going beyond intrusion defense and anti-virus. We make use of our custom made platform with our consultants to analyse large volumes of logs and identify ‘unknown’ anomalous activity as well as scan for signatures. We can take a wide range of logs from your estate, covering internet traffic, internal network activity, account usage, activity on specific machines and more. Our experience in identifying new and unknown attacks is particularly valuable in this area as advanced attackers will use previously unseen channels and techniques which will not be identified by IDS and AV systems.

This might be how you feel right now but rest assured help is at hand. If you’re suffering from a security breach, or suspect you might have been attacked, we can help you identify and recover from this incident. We will sign an NDA upfront and treat all details sent to us in the strictest confidence. We are used to handling sensitive data so you can rest assured our consultants will handle your incident with discretion.

We provide detailed forensic investigation to uncover evidence of malicious activity; such as that related to targeted cyber-attacks, insider attacks or hactivism. Our expertise in incident response means that we can focus on the most relevant data and areas on disk to uncover evidence efficiently and help you to understand the extent of compromise and how to remove any malicious software. Our forensic experts are able to perform evidential capture and analysis in line with the industry's best practice, if you require the findings to be presentable in court

Our reverse engineering and malware analysis specialists can analyse any suspect files you may have to determine whether they are malicious and what capabilities they have. Often analysis of malware can be a vital part of an investigation – such as identifying all endpoints it communicates with, uncovering encoding and decoding algorithms to analyse communications, attributing the attack and understanding what activities could have been performed on your network. We have secure systems and networks in which to perform this analysis to ensure that the malware cannot further infect your network.

PCI DSS isn’t black and white. It’s kind of grey and because of that organizations often require a lot of help interpreting the requirements to fit their specific operations. Unless you’re a Level 1 merchant you don’t need to be independently verified by a QSA, in which case you may want a pragmatic, independent advisor with PCI DSS expertise to help you develop and improve, if necessary, your current security programme in order to meet your PCI DSS compliance requirements. This is exactly where we can help. We’ve experience of delivering PCI DSS with massive budgets and also with virtually no budget and using only open source software and creative processes. Through our PCI DSS consultancy services you get the full benefit of this, working alongside your team to help deliver what you need. If you’re a Level 1 merchant you will also benefit from our expertise. We’ve sat in “audit defense” capacity many times. While this may sound a little confrontational it is far from it. Sometimes QSAs can forget that you’re trying to run a business too and their interpretation of the PCI DSS can be, well, unhelpful in this regard. Having someone on your side who understands the PCI DSS inside-out and who has bags of experience running PCI DSS environments can be incredibly useful in working out a compliant solution which meets both the QSA’s expectations and still be manageable for your business.


Computer forensics has been a professional field for many years. Computers can be used to commit crimes, and crimes can be recorded on computers, including company policy violations, embezzlement, e-mail harassment, murder, leaks of proprietary information, and even terrorism. Law enforcement, network administrators, attorneys, and private investigators now rely on the skills of professional computer forensics experts to investigate criminal and civil cases. Computer forensics has been a professional field for many years.
1. Data Recovery
2. Ethical Hacking (Fraud investigation)
3. Intellectual Property (IP) forensics
4. Scam investigation
5. Email Forensics
6. Mobile Forensics
7. Network Forensics
8. DoS/ DDoS Forensics
9. Employee Fraud
10. Employee Misconduct
11. Corporate Fraud