Protecting our IT environment is very critical. Every organization needs to take cybersecurity very seriously. There are numbers of hacking attacks which affecting businesses of all sizes. Hackers, malware, viruses are some of the real security threats in the virtual world.

Firewalls: The firewall is the core of security tools, and it becomes one of the most important security tools. Its job is to prevent unauthorized access to or from a private network. It can be implemented as hardware, software or a combination of both.

Antivirus Software: Antivirus software is a program which is designed to prevent, detect, remove viruses and other malware attacks on the individual computer, networks and IT systems. It also protects our computers and networks from the variety of threats and viruses such as Trojan horses, worms, key loggers, browser hijackers, rootkits, spyware, botnets, adware and ransomware.

PKI Services: PKI stands for Public Key Infrastructure. This tool supports the distribution and identification of public encryption keys. It enables users and computer systems to securely exchange data over the internet and verify the identity of the other party.

Managed Detection and Response Service (MDR): Today's cybercriminals and hackers used more advanced techniques and software to breach organization security So, there is a necessity for every business to be used more powerful forms of defenses of cybersecurity. MDR is an advanced security service that provides threat hunting, threat intelligence, security monitoring, incident analysis and incident response.

Penetration Testing: Penetration testing, or pen-test, is an important way to evaluate our business's security systems and security of an IT infrastructure by safely trying to exploit vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities exist in operating systems, services and application, improper configurations or risky end-user behavior. In Penetration testing, cybersecurity professionals will use the same techniques and processes utilized by criminal hackers to check for potential threats and areas of weakness.

Cyber Security Challenges

·         Ransomware Evolution

·         Block chain Revolution

·         IoT Threats

·         AI Expansion

·         Server less Apps Vulnerability

Qualitative Risk Analysis

The qualitative risk analysis process is a project management technique that prioritizes risk on the project by assigning the probability and impact number. Probability is something a risk event will occur whereas impact is the significance of the consequences of a risk event.

Quantitative Risk Analysis

The objectives of performing quantitative risk analysis process provide a numerical estimate of the overall effect of risk on the project objectives. It is used to evaluate the likelihood of success in achieving the project objectives and to estimate contingency reserve, usually applicable for time and cost.

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