“In the alternative, failure to comply with POPI may result in a fine of up to R10-million and/or up to 10 years in prison, not to mention the reputational damage that could be suffered. Considering the serious consequences of non-compliance, is it not worth biting the bullet and tackling POPI head-on while there is still the luxury of time?”
With billions lost on security breaches every year, what would the cost be if your network is breached? Company Directors could be held accountable and face legal action should your customer data be breached or company resources be used for illegal activity.
We have been involved in the technology industry for almost 19 years, delivering Managed IT Services to various sectors across South Africa. Due to the recent increase in fraud and information security breaches, we have been overwhelmed with calls from all over South Africa to provide corporations with IT Security consulting concerning:
- Social Engineering
- Password Cracking
- Infrastructure Vulnerabilities
- Software Exploits
- Wireless Hacking
- Buffer Overflow
- Web Application Hacking
- Malicious Code
- Denial Of Service
- Remote Attacks
- Network Hacking
- Database Vulnerabilities
- Man In The Middle
What We Offer
- Controlled Penetration Testing
- Define Social Vulnerabilities
- Protective & Preventative Solutions
- Software Vulnerability Testing
- Equipment Vulnerability Testing
- Secure Infrastructure
- Disaster Recovery Solutions
We approach any project in 4 basic steps:
- External Penetration Testing (Open or Blind)
- Internal Penetration Testing
- Social Vulnerabilities and Exploits (Blind)
- Implementation of Policies and Procedures
We believe any network is unsecure due to multiple opportunities available to an intruder to exploit the wide range of vulnerabilities accessible to them. Any infrastructure is only as strong as its weakest link and we are there to find those weak links and secure them for you.
No network is secure when an attack is launched from inside the network through social engineering. All the firewalls in the world cannot stop an intruder from hacking an employee who follows an unsecure email link or attachment. Wireless networks are exposed risks and a carefully planned hack could see your data and network traffic be intercepted. The questions is, are you prepared?
We look at your infrastructure from a hackers point of view and report our findings to deliver you a more secure network environment.