Are Your Systems at Risk?
No one thinks their systems is vulnerable
You don’t know what you need unless you know your weaknesses.
A security assessment is the critical starting point for knowing your organization’s true security position. Weakness in you system can only be identified by being thoroughly tested using industry best practices and methods. Frontier will find every soft spot in your security, including systems, applications, facilities, processes, and people. With that insight we can provide resources and strategies to minimize or eliminate your specific risks.
Frontier’s detailed report of findings can guide how you patch the holes and create a plan for keep everything secure for the long term.
Frontier’s cyber security assessment includes:
• Vulnerability Assessments – Finding the cracks.
• Penetration Testing – Trying to get into the cracks.
• Social Engineering Threat Evaluation – Testing your people too.
Cyber Security is playing the Long Game
You cannot protect your data with a single program.
Security is not a one and done proposition. Even with the best tools, a security strategy needs to evolve and react to constantly changing threats. Last week’s plan may be vulnerable today. A versatile security partner is the only way to keep your data and your entire business safe from cyber-attacks.
Frontier Computer Corp. combines an entire suite of security strategies and technologies to protect your assets. We work with the leading providers in all facets of security to bring the combination of tools to protect you today and into the future. We can continually monitor your security profile to assure that your systems are protected with the best components, and that your people are properly trained to resist every threat. When you work with Frontier you have a security relationship that goes well beyond the traditional vendor role.Talk with a Frontier Security Expert
Security Awareness Must be Taught
Humans may be your greatest vulnerability.
Social Engineering attacks are one of the most prevalent attack methods used today by criminals and other malicious entities against the human weakness. Phishing, fake phone calls, packages with malware, and even physical access are Social Engineering techniques used to gain Unauthorized Access. With firewalls and other technical security countermeasures difficult or impossible to bypass, criminals have moved attacks to the easier, most vulnerable and inconsistent target: Humans.
Our Social Engineering Testing Service assesses the vulnerable state of your staff by attacking them with the same methods used by social engineering hackers: e-mail phishing, phone calls and other methods. We then follow up with Security Awareness education to show how we were able to gain access and teach the staff on how to protect themselves at work and at home.Train Your Employes to be Security Alert
Common Social Engineering Attacks
Tailgating: Not all Social Engineering attacks happen on computers. Tailgaters follow an employee into a restricted area by exploiting employee courtesy.
Water Holing: Like animals at a familiar watering hole, people let their guard down on sites they regularly visit. Hiding fraudulent links and other malicious content in well-trusted websites.
Phishing: Fraudulent links used to obtain company information. Spear Phishing is targeted to individuals with personal details.
Pretexting: Fabricating a scenario where critical information is urgently needed from the victim to steal sensitive data.
Baiting or Quid Pro Quo: The promise of information, goods or services as a reward for clicking a link or logging in. The goal is to capture login credentials and other data.
Frontier is Your Security Team
We constantly monitor threats and your defenses, so you don’t have to.
At one time security threats were clumsy and looked for any open target. Today’s security attacks are sophisticated and targeted. Your organization needs a constant, proactive, multi-faceted security approach.
- You need a secure network with controlled access.
- Your security plan needs to be active and constantly monitored.
- You need to test both your systems and your people.
Most organizations do not follow the industry standard for security, with good reason. The 20 Critical Security Controls are broad and involved. Often the safest, most cost-efficient way to keep your business safe is with the coordinated, expert security management Frontier offers. Our Team uses the best practices and coordinates the best vendors, tools, and internal controls to keep your data, your network, and your business protected.Contact Frontier to improve your Cyber Security
Critical Security Controls
- Know all devices on your network.
- Know all software on those devices.
- Have and keep security protocol for devices and software.
- Test for leaks and weak spots regularly.
- Control high level access.
- Pay attention to logs.
- Protect email and web browsing.
- Defend against Malware.
- Limiting access to the network.
- Make and keep back-ups.
- Set-up network hardware securely.
- Fence in your network.
- Protect your Data.
- Limit user level Access.
- Control Wireless Access.
- Monitor user accounts.
- Check your People for Security Skills.
- Check your Software for security.
- Have a response plan.
- Challenge your Security.