Gain peace-of-mind and protect your customers, employees, and your livelihood with our practical security solutions. We help you protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your data.
Contact us to learn how our Practical Security Program can help protect you from cyberattacks and compromise.
Our Practical Security Program helps you efficiently address pertinent risks without a massive capital investment. We assess the state of your organizational security, identify unknowns, provide clarity about relevant threats and risks, and provide the tools and support to ensure a secure company culture.
Our Practical Security Assessment delivers actionable observations and recommendations for a fraction of the cost of a full regulatory audit.
Assess physical and virtual environments with our proprietary Practical Security Program. Each engagement is unique and customized to your business and may include targeted interviews, site inspections, log and device configuration reviews, internal and external vulnerability scans, wireless network surveys, policy review, and more.
Analyze findings to generate your personalized Client Risk Profile which details vulnerabilities, risks, and other concerns ranked in order of severity with tailored recommendations for your business.
Address concerns and recommendations brought to light during the assessment process. NorthSky will either support your staff and vendors in their remediation efforts, or perform the remediations for you.
Audit remediated areas of concern and issue a revised Client Risk Profile showing the improvements in your organizational security.
Our Practical Incident Response services ensure that you are prepared to respond quickly and effectively in the event of a breach.
Establish an Incident Response Team, develop an incident-neutral Incident Response Plan, and train your staff on the response procedures.
If an incident is suspected, assemble the Incident Response Team and initiate confirmation, analysis, intelligence gathering, and initial communication phases of the Incident Response Plan.
Determine what happened, how it happened, and ensure that the incident is contained and no ongoing compromise is occurring. Address the root cause of the breach to prevent a repeat incident.
Restore operations, ensure ongoing prevention, and wrap up necessary communications to bring the incident to a close. In the aftermath, evaluate the incident from start to finish, make policy improvements based on lessons learned, and seek ways to make your organization stronger and more secure.