Penetration Testing & Assessments
Penetration testing, also known as pentesting or pen testing, is one of the best ways to assess the strengths and weaknesses of your security perimeter and related controls, policies, and procedures. In these tests, sometimes referred to as “ethical hacking,” information security experts simulate the thought processes and actions of attackers. Leveraging technical knowledge, as well as publicly available or well-known information (such as default passwords), these experts are often able to crack systems and networks – revealing important vulnerabilities.
Incident Response Services
Whether you want to minimize the cost and damages that result from an incident, or you’re concerned that you’ve been breached and don’t know it, Gray Tier's incident responders and threat hunters are ready to help. Our proven, methodical, and evidence-driven approach will keep you in control of whatever chaos an incident may bring.
Gray Tier Technologies, LLC will provide SEIM which provides 24x7x365 monitoring for known and unknown cyber threats. This will include the use of signature, behavioral and anomaly detection capabilities, threat intelligence, and incident response. Near real-time consolation will be provided, to the customer’s POC, for all alerts. A situational report will be provided as a summary of all network activity.
The following General Solutions will be provided for SEIM:
- Cybersecurity Consulting based off findings
- Endpoint Detection
- Log Collection & Management
- Monitoring and Alerting
- Incident Response Recommendation
- Program Development
- Threat Intelligence
- Threat Reporting (Situational Awareness)
- VPN for secure remote service
- Encrypted Storage of metadata
Cyber Threat Hunting
Cyber threat hunting assumes a mindset that your network has already been breached because existing controls have failed. Network health indicators aren’t always entirely accurate, even when you’re looking for anomalies. Proactively searching your network for undiscovered attackers – past and present – can help you detect incidents sooner and find threats you wouldn’t have caught otherwise. The average attacker is often not discovered until weeks or even months after they breach an IT environment, and often by a third party. So you might not find out about threat actors lurking on your systems until it’s too late.