05 March 2020
Security testing is a critical component of your organisation’s cybersecurity strategy. To assess the effectiveness of your cybersecurity and your ability to combat cyberthreats, you need:
- proper penetration testing;
- threat modelling; and
- security training and awareness.
RSM’s cybersecurity team has proven talent with industry-specific experience, professionalism, independence and safe methodologies. We objectively assess the security of devices, applications, systems and networks of any size and type.
Our network security services include comprehensive testing to help you understand the security posture of your information technology and operational technology (IT/OT) networks, both on-premises and in the cloud. These services include:
network penetration testing (external, internal, wireless, ICS/SCADA, cloud, PCI); and
vulnerability assessments of the design and effectiveness of key IT/OT cybersecurity processes.
We’ll help you to assess the security through penetration testing and other assessment services. These include:
- web application penetration testing;
- mobile application penetration testing;
- web services and API penetration testing;
- application security assessment; and
- source code security review.
Red team assessments
A ‘red team assessment’ is a bit like a fire drill, but for cybersecurity. A simulated cyberattack identifies the ways in which your organisation could be compromised, and tests the effectiveness of the controls you have in place to prevent and detect cyberattacks. A red team assessment will also measure how well your organisation would respond to – and recover from – a breach of its cybersecurity.
- Ransomware simulation and preparedness – to determine your organisation’s resilience in the wake of a ransomware attack.
- Cybersecurity attack simulation exercises – a proven way to refresh your capability to detect and respond to cyberattacks. These exercises not only identify which threats are most relevant to your organisation; they also use real world scenarios to confirm that everyone understands the protocols and their own roles and responsibilities.