With the use of technology, some degree of risk - often significant - is unavoidable.
The possibility exists that unauthorized users could access sensitive information through public access points and utilize that information in an inappropriate manner. The result of this activity could result in additional risk to organizations, including state and federal violations and a damaged reputation.
Every network is vulnerable to some form of attack. However it is not enough to simply confirm that a technical vulnerability exists and implement countermeasures; it is critical to repeatedly verify that the countermeasures are in place and working properly throughout the secured network.
Cybercrime techniques are constantly evolving as new technologies are introduced and networks become more complex.
Organizations need an experienced and trusted partner in their continuous battle to counteract the increasing risks of hacking, cybercrime, corporate espionage, malicious destruction, and compliance with mandated regulations. Marcum offers the most complete solution in terms of team experience, tools, and business/risk evaluation solutions to offer our clients the best solution.
Because of our vast expertise, we feel uniquely qualified to assist you in identifying and remediating vulnerabilities in your environment and minimizing risks to your organization. Marcum offers a holistic approach encompassing all aspects of security relating to people, process and technology.
- Data integrity.
- Intellectual property protection.
- Regulatory compliance.
- Brand protection.
- Public perception.
- Media awareness.
- Customer protection.
- Legal liability.
- IT risk assessment & audit.
- Regulatory compliance.
- Data breach response plan.
- Security awareness training.
- Wireless site survey.
- Security operations & architecture design.
- Authentication & access design.
- Attack simulations.
- Vulnerability assessments (internal and external).
- Penetration testing (internal and external).
- Social engineering including phishing attacks.
- Email phishing attacks.
- Phone simulations.
- Physical testing.
- Patch & device configuration vulnerabilities.
- Incident response.
- SOC 1, 2, and 3 (SysTrust/WebTrust).
- HIPAA/HITECH assessments.
- Meaningful use risk assessments.
- Report & remediation.
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