- Security Governance
- Security Intelligence
- Offensive Security & Testing
- Infrastructure Protection
- Data Protection
- Identity Protection
How organizations align IT strategy with business strategy, ensuring that companies stay on track to achieve their strategies and goals, and implementing good ways to measure IT’s performance.
Experience is key in recognizing a real threat and addressing it with the correct measures without impacting the business. In complex environments with thousands of platforms and application, the right balance is not just a matter of tools and processes:
- Security Posture. Posture Analysis is your overall security plan – the approach your business takes to security, from planning to implementation. It is comprised of technical and non-technical policies, procedures and controls, that protect you from both internal and external threats.
- Compliance. Moviri supports companies to ensure they maintain a state of accordance with established guidelines, specifications or legislation, such as, for example Sarbanes-Oxley or privacy laws.
- Risk Management. The process of planning, organizing, leading and controlling the activities of an organization in order to minimize the effects of risk on an organization’s capital and earnings. Not just risks associated with accidental losses, but also financial, strategic, operational, and other risks.
- Data, Identity and Access Governance.
Real-time collection, normalization, and anlysis of the data generated by users, applications and infrastructure that impacts the IT security and risk posture of an enterprise. The goal of Security Intelligence is to provide actionable and comprehensive insight that reduces risk and operational effort for any size organization.
Effective identity and access management as well as protecting data and infrastructure from loss, malfunction or malicious attacks require highly-skilled recovery experts and consultants with a broad toolset:
- SIEM. Security information and management (SIEM) is an approach to security management that seeks to provide a holistic view of an organization’s information technology (IT) security. SIEM combines Security Information Management with Security Event Management into one security management system.
- OSINT & Threat Intelligence. Leveraging bigdata technologies, aggregate many information providers to deliver a comprehensive intelligence platform observing events from multiple point of view in order to prevent possible attacks and predict possible threats.
- Big Data Analytics & Behavioural Analysis. Collecting and analyzing massive amounts of live data, is possible to define a behavioral analysis engine which creates heuristics and rules to detect anomalies, IT security threats, navigations layer fraud, insider threats, business logic abuse, and other malicious activity in real time.
- Fraud Protection & Transaction Monitoring. Capability to use analytics to define normal patterns in data sets and react to anomalies in real time can be used by any industry. With real-time detection and remediation, companies have the ability to stop, re-route, or quarantine suspicious transactions or activities.
Offensive Security & Testing
In general, offensive security aims to identify and assess, usually using a black-box approach, vulnerabilities and weaknesses in order to point them out within specific contexts. Testing, on the other hand, is finding out how well something works. In computer hardware and software development, testing is used at key checkpoints in the overall process to determine whether objectives are being met.
- Vulnerability Assessment. Process that defines, identifies and classifies the security holes (vulnerabilities) in a computer, network or communication infrastructure.
- Penetration Testing. Software testing is a method of assessing the functionality of a software program. There are many different types of software testing, but the two main categories are dynamic testing and static testing.
- Security Code Testing. The practice of testing a computer system, network or Web application to find vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit. A penetration test can also be used to test an organization’s security policy compliance, its employees’ security awareness and the organization’s ability to identify and respond to security incidents.
Protection inside a network and over boundaries between the private and locally managed-and-owned side of a network and the public and usually provider-managed side of a network.
- Devices. Endpoint protection, MDM, MAM, MCM, Antiphishing.
- Application. Secure SDLC, Application Firewall, Vulnerability Assessment.
- Systems. Privileged User Access Control, System Access Control, Virtual Patching.
- Network Perimeter. Firewall, IPS, VPN.
The process of safeguarding important information from corruption and/or loss. Deceit sensible data to avoid disclosures in an unsafe environment.
- Encryption. Encryption, Tokenization, Masking.
- Access. TLS, DB Firewall, Access Control.
- Extrusion. DLP, Digital Rights Management, Endpoint Protection (PDL).
- Tracebility. DB Inquiry, Vaulting, Auditing.
Identity Protection is a broad term used to describe any type of activity that is designed to keep the proprietary information related to an individual or company from being utilized by unauthorized sources.
- Identity LifeCycle. Indentity Management, Provisioning, Profiling.
- Credential. Enterprise Key Management, Digital Certificates, OTP, Token, Virtual Token.
- Access Control. Privileged User Management, Web Access Management, Single Sign-On.
- Authentication. Strong Authentication, Adaptive Authentication, Biometric.
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Mobile Performance & Security
Test + Optimize + Monitor + Secure your enterprise mobile applications.
It’s a mobile first world.
The share of mobile users accessing your applications is exploding, both outside and inside your organization. New applications on new devices and networks mean a new set of performance, testing and security problems.
Why Mobile Security Testing?
The Mobile Software Development Lifecycle is a new field that is not appropriately addressed by current development processes and skills, including security. Moviri implements OWASP recommendations to classify mobile-specific security risks and provide development controls to reduce their impact or likelihood of exploitation. Go to Mobile Solutions