Cyber Security and Cyber Liability Protection in West Easton PA

Strengthen Your Defenses

Contrary to popular belief, simply having a hardware or software firewall in place does not make a company's infrastructure immune to intrusion. Firewalls inherently allow access to public services required by Internet users, such as web sites, e-mail and DNS. Put simply, not considering security beyond the firewall will likely have disastrous consequences sooner or later. Infradapt offers a comprehensive security review, including a variety of scanning techniques and policy reviews culminating in a report designed to illustrate your organization's security stature and recommend improvements.

  • Risk Assessment / Remediation Process
  • 24x7 Vulnerability Monitoring / Incident Response
  • Penetration Testing
  • Staff Training / Process Implementation
  • Policy Design / Compliance Documentation
  • Gap Analysis / Remediation Report
  • Wireless Access Control
  • Hyper Backup Protection
  • Audit Assessment / Remediation Process


  • Survey / Analysis Tailored to your organization based on the compliance you organization needs to follow.
  • Network Assessment Security evaluation, physical inspection, software audit, access roles definition and documentation.
  • Gap Analysis, Compliance and Remediation Report Detailed memo delivered identifying current compliance stature and recommendations for remediation and policy correction.
  • Process, Policy, Compliance Documentation Form policy binders adapted and tailored for your organization. All compliance related materials assembled and centralized.
  • Training/Process Implementation Employees given documentation and training sessions conducted with Security Official, Privacy Official, HR Staff regarding forms and legal acknowledgements.
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    Cyber Security End User Training

    At Infradapt we live by a preventive approach to cyber security. Each end user that owns, uses, relies on, or manages information and information systems must fully understand their specific security responsibilities. This includes concepts of ownership of the information and custody of the information and the role individuals have in protecting information they own, information provided to them or information they may come into contact with. We share (teach) best practices and techniques to avoid:


    • Viruses
    • Worms
    • Trojan Horses
    • Malicious Mobile Code
    • Blended Attacks
    • Tracking Cookies
    • Backdoors
    • Keystroke Loggers
    • Rootkits
    • Phishing
    • Hoaxes


    If you are looking for the best practical and layered approach to mitigate your Cyber Liability and improve your Cyber Protection, contact Infradapt now!

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    Contact an Infradapt Solutions Specialist online or call 1-800-394-2301 to discover
    how Infradapt's expertise can help you mitigate IT related risk.

    F.A.Q.


    What is cyber security ?

    Cyber security is the practice of protecting computers, servers, mobile devices, electronic systems, networks, and data from hostile attacks.It is often referred to as information technology security or electronic information security.

    The word is used in a range of contexts, ranging from business to mobile computing,
    and can be classified into a few broad categories such as:

    Network Security: The process of proactively protecting the network from unwanted users, attackers and intrusions.

    Application Security: All Applications require Apps require sustained updates, testing and monitoring to ensure these programs are secure from attacks.

    Endpoint Security: Although Remote access is an essential part of business, It can be a weak point for data. Endpoint security entails protecting remote access to a company's network.

    Data Security: Data is found inside all networks and applications. Protecting the privacy of business and customer information both in storage and in transit is critical.

    Identity Management: This is the process of understanding and managing the access every individual has to applications and networks in an organization.

    Database and Infrastructure Security: Practices for protecting computer systems, networks, and other assets on which society relies for national security, economic health, and/or public safety.

    Cloud Security: True confidential computing encrypts cloud data as it is being stored, moved, and used to satisfy customer privacy, business requirements, and regulatory compliance norms.

    Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity Planning: Disaster recovery policies govern how an organization restores its operations and information in order to resume normal operations following a disaster. Business continuity is the plan that an organization uses when it is unable to operate due to a lack of resources.

    what is a cyber attack ?

    A cyber attack is an attempt to disrupt, disable, destroy, or maliciously control a computing environment/infrastructure via cyberspace, or to destroy the integrity of data or steal controlled information.

    Most Common Cyber Security Tactics


    Malware

    Malicious software such as spyware, ransomware, viruses and worms is referred to as Malware. Malware is activated when a user clicks on a malicious link or attachment, which leads to installing dangerous software.

    Reports indicate that once activated malware can:
  • Block access to key network components (ransomware)
  • Install additional dangerous software
  • Obtain information by transmitting data from the hard drive (spyware)
  • Disrupt individual parts, making systems inoperable
  • Denial Of Service

    Denial of service (DoS) is a type of cyber attack that overloads a computer or network, preventing it from responding to requests. A distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack accomplishes the same thing, but the attack originates on a computer network. A flood attack is frequently used by cyber attackers to disrupt the “handshake” process and carry out a DoS. Other techniques may be used, and some cyber attackers may use the time that a network is down to launch additional attacks.

    SQL Injection

    A Structured Query Language (SQL) injection is a type of cyber attack that occurs when malicious code is inserted into a SQL server. When a server is infected, it releases data. Submitting the malicious code can be as simple as entering it into an unsecure website search box.

    Phishing

    Phishing is a type of fraud in which an attacker poses as a legitimate entity or person via email or other means of contact. Phishing emails are frequently used by attackers to send malicious links or files that can perform a number of purposes. Some will steal victims' login passwords or account information.

    Romance Fraud / Relationship Fraud

    In February 2020, the FBI warned U.S. citizens to be aware of confidence fraud that cybercriminals commit using dating sites, chat rooms and apps. Perpetrators take advantage of people seeking new partners, duping victims into giving away personal data.The FBI reports that romance cyber threats affected 114 victims in New Mexico in 2019, with financial losses amounting to $1.6 million.