Responding to a cybersecurity threat isn’t enough. If the system flaws that led to an attack or incident aren’t fixed, the issue can reoccur – and turn into a major problem. That’s why it’s important to track what went wrong, why it went wrong, and how the organization’s cybersecurity controls must adapt to prevent future breaches.
BugSec’s forensics experts can help you in two ways. First, we will verify whether a leak, attack, or other incident happened. This is helpful when a suspected but unconfirmed problem is discovered. Second, we can help identify what went wrong, provide detailed documentation of the breach, and support you in resolving the vulnerability moving forward.
This service was designed with cyber security vendors in mind. BugSec challenges their security products by trying to break or bypass their defenses. Any vulnerabilities, flaws, and weaknesses we discover are immediately reported on comprehensively. This allows security vendors and developers to close the gaps before a product becomes commercially available.
In addition to working with vendors, we work with companies to make sure that the custom software they develop is safe, as oftentimes, minor code alterations can create new vulnerabilities. With BugSec, you can be sure that your software is protected from any security threats.
A major issue with cybersecurity attacks is that vulnerabilities are discovered only during or after the breach occurs. One way to avoid this is to research weaknesses and security gaps ahead of time.
BugSec takes a deep dive into offensive security and exploitation research, looking for new vulnerabilities and mitigating them long before criminals can find them. We cover multiple digital and physical entry points, from smartphones and tablets to specific apps, databases, and networks for our managed service customers (managed SOC and MDR).
Malware Analysis and Reverse Engineering
Malware Analysis is a core service related to but distinct from forensic analysis. It involves looking at malware code, either in isolation or in the wake of a cyber attack. After completing a thorough analysis, BugSec reverse engineers the malware. This helps determine its origin, the mechanism of its effect, and the specific details of the attack. Additionally, malware analysis can be extended to look at the potential impact a virus, trojan horse, backdoor, etc. can have on an organization. For example, BugSec can help organizations identify a new, dangerous malware and prepare their defenses against it.