Specializing in VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT, PENETRATION TESTING, SECURITY TRAINING, and SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCE TESTING. We work with individual, start-ups, SMB and local, state and federal government agencies.
Cybercrime, which includes everything from theft or embezzlement to data hacking and destruction, is up 600% since the pandemic of 2020. Is your business protected? Let Get Event Log LLC provide comprehensive testing, analysis and reporting of your organization’s known cyber liabilities. We provide one-time and ongoing maintenance to keep your business secure as you grow. Whether you’re a one-person office or employ hundreds, we can manage your IT security and provide valuable peace of mind.
More than half of all cyberattacks are committed against small-to-midsized businesses (SMBs), and 60% of them go out of business within six months of falling victim to a data breach or hack. If your business stores its own financial data or personal customer data online or on computers including, phone, credit card and Social Security numbers, your organization is at risk. Contact Get Event Log LLC today and we’ll work with you to create a plan for your unique needs.
A vulnerability assessment is the methodical evaluation of potential and existing threats and bugs in your organization’s systems, networks, applications, hardware, and other parts of the IT organization. A comprehensive vulnerability test identifies, prioritizes, and assigns severity levels to the identified weaknesses, and then recommends whether to mitigate or remediate them.
The vulnerability assessment process involves:
Penetration testing, also called “pen testing” for short, is a simulated attack on your organization’s network to assess security and determine its vulnerabilities. Pen testing goes far beyond a vulnerability assessment in identifying weaknesses, including the potential for unauthorized parties to gain access to the system's features and data, as well as identifying strengths, and enabling a full risk assessment to be completed.
These attacks are designed to do the following:
This will follow eight basic steps:
Network Enumeration and Mapping
Typical Test Objectives
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