BugSec performs a comprehensive analysis of a specific information system in order to highlight major vulnerabilities and flaws that could impact your key business assets and processes. Our ISSE will identify and detail all security gaps, while offering our expert recommendations on how to resolve and mitigate these issues.
BugSec’s ISSE methodology is based on internationally recognized security frameworks like NIST, CIS, and OWASP. They span all key security areas, including but not limited to network architecture, security controls, data encryption, identity and access management, logging and monitoring, and the backup process.
The first step to solving any problem is understanding what the problem is. To this end, a site survey enables organizations to evaluate their security assets, processes, and challenges. The BugSec approach uses site surveys to examine how a business can optimize its various assets (people, technologies and physical environment) to ensure the best cybersecurity protection.
BugSec has two key advantages in this area. First, our ethical hackers can see things regular analysts can’t due to their training and experience. Second, our holistic approach combines new processes with existing capabilities, relevant rules, and deep technical inspection. The result is a multi-pronged defensive system able to withstand (and recover from) attacks effectively.
With this service, BugSec evaluates your cloud security by identifying misconfigurations, unwarranted access, software vulnerabilities, and more. Its key goals are to strengthen security posture, access control, and management, and at the same time improve auditing and monitoring, incident management, data protection, network security, and compliance. After our team has completed the initial testing and evaluation, we provide comprehensive recommendations for securing your cloud assets. We also report on known issues, and advise you on steps that you can take to mitigate and resolve them. For high-priority systems, continuous and regular evaluations are available.
For many organizations, third-party suppliers, vendors, and partners are an integral part of their workflow. As a result, key assets and operations are often visible to outsiders. This can include: Off-premise IT assets and operations; outsourced data storage and analysis; remote tech support; and outsourced software development. This type of third-party exposure can often put an organization at risk for a security breach.
BugSec performs supply chain inspections to help identify and mitigate these potential security risks across all of the company’s assets – human, digital and physical. We help companies implement a secure system when it comes to processes such as: onboarding new suppliers; dealing with data stored or processed externally; granting suppliers access to organizational resources; auditing suppliers’ physical premises.