Law Enforcement Is At Increased Risk From Cyberthreats

Cybersecurity in Defense and Law Enforcement
Living in today’s metropolitan world of cellular phones. Living in today’s metropolitan world of cellular phones.
With the easy availability of information, malware, bots, and military-grade encryption empowered malware in the dark, the threats faced by law enforcement agencies have increased manifold. Criminals, terrorists, and state actors have a vested interest in compromising the network security and crucial architecture used by defense and law enforcement organizations.
Defense Establishment and Law enforcement organizations also need to adhere to compliance requirements set by several regulations such as the PSN Code of Connection, FISMA, GDPR, and Data Protection Act 2018.
As APT Groups have already targeted many law enforcement agencies, it is crucial to take the necessary steps needed to safeguard them from further attacks.

Ensuring Security for Defense and Law Enforcement Through Implementation of Effective Strategy

Understanding risks, strategizing for developing security plans, and putting them into action by efficient implementation at every department level is our way of ensuring security.
We enable law enforcement organizations to create a plan of action for their existing data repositories in a manner that detection, obstruction, and visualization of cyber threats is carried out expertly.
We provide several advanced services to examine the real-time vulnerability of your organization. These include public discovery testing, and red-teaming to find flaws that can be rectified. Every threat surface from mobile apps, web applications, wireless security, social engineering, and organizational security awareness is fortified.
Do The Following Challenges Sound Familiar?
  • Facing sophisticated zero-day attacks that exploit new vulnerabilities
  • Preventing destructive DDoS attacks from causing harm
  • Detecting breaches in security and responding to them effectively
  • Adhering to compliance requirements
  • Preventing mission-critical intelligence from being compromised by malicious actors
  • Safeguarding both legacy and new systems
  • Informing staff about the various cybersecurity risks that they might face
  • Maintaining a balance between accessibility of the system and cybersecurity