Website Security Audit

Website Security problems are more significant as most applications have a web interface. Many companies only test for functional requirements in application testing.  Our Website Security Assessment is designed to meet best practices for application security. All industry regulations such as PCI Audit requirements for Websites and HIPAA Security requires this type of security. An assessment looks at the source code, the infrastructure, the operating systems and the application functionality. Read More

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HIPAA Security

HIPAA Security Rule introduces a variety of organizational and procedural changes that address the confidentiality, availability, integrity and overall security of Electronic Patient Health Information (eHPI) within the HealthCare and Medical Services industry. A complete assessment as required under the HIPAA Security Rule specifications includes on-site interviews with personnel, system analysis, policy and procedure review and remediation suggestions. Read More

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Social Media Security

The first step in developing the Secure Social Media (SSM) framework is to put a process in place that can be tracked, measured and monitored over time. A framework for security must anticipate future Social Media developments and how they will impact security. The SSM framework analyzes the security environment and puts it into context of an overall security strategy for the entire corporation, including such departments as Information Technology, Human Resources, Marketing and Legal. Read More

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Vulnerability Assessments

Technology is frequently mis-configured or mismanaged, which in turn introduces points of weakness into the organization. Every device connected to the network has the potential to allow an attacker in. Vulnerability assessment can be used against many different types of systems such as networked based, host based or application based. Vulnerability Assessments are necessary to identify vulnerabilities, but also are necessary to show changes in the environment over time as the organization grows and changes. Read More