The online world can be a dangerous place.Research shows that in the last 5years a frightening 55% of East Africa businesses (most financial institution) were hacked. Today, more than 75% businesses in the East Africa will have their computers used for illegal activities and many of them won't even know!
Why should someone want to hack YOU?
Your computer communicates with the outside world through one of 131,000 open doors or ‘ports'. Hackers randomly search the Internet for unprotected ports using automatic programs that allow them to relay emails, spam potential customers, or even store unlawful images or pornography.
The consequences of this have included bankruptcy, identity theft, loss of reputation, loss of business by your competitors,government important documents theft or forgery and much more Don't be another victim.
How can I protect myself?
DigitalBrain Certified Ethical Hacker can scan your systems for all known vulnerabilities and exploits and provides detailed reports to help you close any security holes. Holes that cyber-criminals can exploit to gain access or control of your systems and data, or monitor your activity via the Internet.
Firewalls and anti-virus are obviously a good start, but will not fully protect you if your systems have security holes and vulnerabilities. Scanning your systems regularly using our assessment service will tell you if you have security holes - and how to fix them.
- Penetration Testing
Our service is suitable for companies of all sizes and includes:
- Ethical hackers with over 7 years experience.
- Advice and support on implementation of security measures.
- Both onsite and offsite testing.
- Full manual and automated testing of your network.
- Remote access testing.
- Clear and understandable analytic reports.
Penetration testing is a unique approach to solving network security problems. Without a security assessment such as this or a security audit it is impossible to implement adequate security measures.
Research on computer network security shows that the organizations who spend the most on security are the ones who have already sustained breaches at a critical level. This reactionary approach taken by most businesses, especially SMBs, can prove to be a costly and timely mistake. Disgruntled employees, irritated customers and competing organizations can all do irreparable damage to your business critical systems.
Both internal and external network access pose potential security risks to your network. However, the implementation of IDS and firewalls may not protect you from both forms of attack - this is why we believe that the best approach to network security is to begin with both black box and white boxpenetration testing.