DevilDog Cybersecurity specializes in implementing a wide range of security controls to harden a company’s infrastructure. Our team is comprised of numerous subject matter experts including: engineers with Masters' Degrees, and PhDs in IT, cybersecurity, and analytics. The DevilDog Team has a large depth of knowledge and field of experience in securely implementing comprehensive security controls. We create robust infrastructure security along which adheres to various cybersecurity frameworks. Our engineers can design and implement a custom security control plan and meet most timelines for any industry or compliance. Most of our solutions can be implemented in three months depending on scope of work and complexity.
Security controls will save your business by securing your critical assets and prevent cybersecurity breaches. Security controls help prevent and mitigate the risk of data loss and compromise.
Our expertise lies in identifying the most relevant security controls required for your environment. We analyze your organization's unique requirements and guide you on the specific controls that need to be implemented to meet industry and certification standards. By leveraging our deep understanding of regulatory frameworks, we provide strategic recommendations to ensure your business achieves compliance efficiently and effectively.
At DevilDog Cybersecurity, we begin the process by conducting a thorough assessment of your existing security controls. Our skilled security engineers perform comprehensive audits, identifying any gaps or weaknesses in your current infrastructure. This assessment serves as the foundation for designing a robust security framework that aligns with government certification requirements.
We understand the importance of timely implementation, and our team works closely with your organization to establish an achievable timeline. By leveraging our experience in delivering cybersecurity solutions, we ensure that the implementation process is streamlined and efficient, minimizing disruption to your operations. Our goal is to guide you through each step of the process, providing expert support and guidance along the way.
Once the security controls are implemented, DevilDog Cybersecurity remains committed to ensuring ongoing effectiveness and compliance. Our dedicated team of professionals offers continuous support, monitoring, and maintenance services. We employ advanced technologies and employ proactive measures to detect and respond to emerging threats promptly. With DevilDog Cybersecurity by your side, you can have peace of mind knowing that your security controls remain up-to-date, robust, and capable of withstanding evolving cyber threats.
Contact DevilDog Cybersecurity today to discuss your organization's cybersecurity needs. Our collaborative approach, expert guidance, and commitment to delivering effective security controls make us the ideal partner for corporations seeking government-related cybersecurity certifications in the United States.
Many times, in-house IT teams are directed to meet specific deadlines and rush projects out the door while letting security fall by the wayside. This creates the risk of a breach as more unsecure technologies are introduced into their infrastructure. Web application designers face a similar dilemma with growing pressure to get applications out the door in a specific timeframe. In many of those cases, security is again overlooked, leaving users of those apps vulnerable to attacks.
Hackers have found that many IoT devices are riddled with security flaws. Businesses that use internet-connected devices should continuously test their ecosystem. This includes any networks, applications and databases that connect to IoT technologies.
Because BYODs are ubiquitous. It’s critical for mobile application developers and businesses to continuously test, identify and remediate security vulnerabilities within mobile applications and devices.
Cybercriminals are after sensitive and valuable data that can be sold on the dark web. Data leakage or unauthorized modification of data are all made possible by simple missteps including configuration mistakes, identification and access control issues, missing patches or a combination of the above. Your firm needs to frequently test to make sure that your databases do not also contain security vulnerabilities.
A weak password is short, common, a system default, or something that could be rapidly guessed by executing a brute force attack using a subset of all possible passwords, such as words in the dictionary, proper names, words based on the username or common variations on these themes. Testing can enable businesses to identify weak passwords, will increase their security.
Whether you build an internal team or you need to outsource, there are many options available within your budget. You have to first take security seriously to recognize your need for a security team. It’s important to define what security even mean to your organization. What types of IP risks do you have on hand? How would a data leak impact the business? What are potential financial losses? What is the cost of your reputation?
Effective security training begins with onboarding and happens throughout the entire year. This training must happen from the top down and needs to be ongoing. Every employee must be involved in the training process for its success. Remove the fear and educate them and reward good behavior.
Outlines cybersecurity goals that can be measured. One measurable goal that any organization can set today is to reduce the number of threats or phishing attacks. This needs to have full transparency that the whole company can see and track. Set goals that tie back to the employees so that they can understand security and how their behavior impacts the organization. Measure month over month to determine whether the training is helping. Employees need to be thinking about their behavior and its impact on the organization.
Leverage internal leaders to make sure that you are using and harnessing the potential strengths of all of the employees. These security leaders should be available to address questions/concerns within their own divisions. These security leaders can help further, teach, promote and bring awareness to cybersecurity.