Cybersecurity & Risk Assessment Services

Since 1988

Technology is pervasive in virtually every industry, making the need for cybersecurity a must-have for every organization, regardless of size or tech stack. The TechFusion cybersecurity services team has more than 30 years of experience in protecting critical data infrastructure for the financial sector, public health, defense, aerospace, utilities, transportation, and more.

Advanced Cybersecurity Solutions

You’ve seen the headlines about data breaches where the financial information and passwords of Fortune 500 companies’ customers and employees are stolen. You’ve heard of denial-of-service attacks that have brought down some of the world’s largest websites.

Our job as cybersecurity experts is to provide security solutions in four ways:

  1. We stay a step ahead of predatory hackers with security services & information risk management to stay up to date.
  2. We work with organizations to prevent these catastrophes from ever happening to you and ensure you’re protected.
  3. We minimize damage in the event that a breach or security incident should ever occur to your organization.
  4. We develop solutions to avoid further impact to your organization through security operations and incident response.

At TechFusion, we help you stay ahead of any potential cybersecurity threats, reducing risk and minimizing the potential damage to occur.

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Security Consulting

Cybercrime has reached the mainstream, and no organization is immune. As more of the global infrastructure moves online, cyber criminals have more opportunities to exploit and profit from businesses than ever before in history.

Plus, the technological landscape is rapidly evolving. Even if you have a dedicated IT staff on top of cybersecurity, it’s virtually impossible to stay abreast of every development, hack, and vulnerability. A strong technical foundation and an ever-expanding knowledge base are prerequisites for success in cybersecurity.

By working with TechFusion, you have an expert cybersecurity consultant on your team to safeguard and protect your business. We are subject matter experts, well-versed in both risk and appropriate solutions.

Cybersecurity Risk Assessment

A risk assessment allows us to get a big picture of your current operations and learn how security comes into play. We take a systematic approach that involves a series of steps.

We recommend routine risk assessments to help you determine and maintain an acceptable level of risk in your organization. These assessments also draw attention to high-priority areas of vulnerability that need to be addressed immediately.

Identify And Evaluate

We’ll do a deep dive audit, documenting vendors, data type and usage, stakeholders and users, and various interfaces to get a
better understanding.

Identify Threats

Every organization that uses digital technology is vulnerable to threats, including data leaks and unintentional exposure. Finding vulnerabilities
is our job.

Determine Probability

After identifying potential threats, we assign probabilities to them while also assessing impact levels which allows us to prioritize efforts to
ensure cybersecurity.

Calculate Risk Rating

We provide a quantitative rating based on your overall risk using a specific calculate that times into consideration hundreds of cybersecurity variables.

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Security Design & Development

Once we’ve determined any cybersecurity vulnerabilities, the next step is to recommend and implement security and privacy protocols throughout your organization. This includes not just your Internet-enabled devices on-site, but it also encompasses every aspect of your value chain. This could mean remote employees, members of your supply chain, and even your customers.

This approach is referred to as a layered approach because it addresses each layer of the organization, including all devices and networks associated with your organization.

Along the way, we ensure that we have cutting-edge technology to stay one step ahead of anything or anyone that wants to harm your business. This could include both strategic and tactical testing, depending on your industry and use case.

Secure Data Recovery

Cyber hygiene is also a priority in designing and implementing cybersecurity. Over the years, organizations can neglect their cyber hygiene, making them vulnerable to attack. In plain English, cyber hygiene is maintaining the good health of your equipment, network, and business practices to keep your connections secure.

This includes keeping hardware in good repair, updating software with critical updates, installing advanced malware and virus protection programs, and even implementing password security and change requirements.

Other cyber hygiene practices could involve controlling applications that are allowed to be installed in your organization, backing up data, and limiting the number of people in your company that have admin-level access to critical infrastructure.

Have Your Business Be Resilient Against Cyber Threats

There’s an important distinction between cybersecurity and cyber resilience. Though cybersecurity aims to prevent cyber attacks altogether, cyber resiliency looks at the situation from a perspective of resiliency. The idea is to focus on not just being difficult to take down but being able to bounce back quickly in the event of a cyber attack or other threat.

Cyber resiliency takes a more holistic view. Instead of asking the question “if” you’ll be attacked and have your data compromised, a more realistic approach is to realize that every organization is vulnerable no matter how well you mitigate that risk.

However, in the event of a cybersecurity incident, the key is to ensure that the breach is noticed quickly, and any damage is kept to minimum. By making attacks difficult and keeping “rewards” to a minimum, you can further ensure your organization from future issues.

Cyber threats can come in a variety of forms, from skilled hackers looking for notoriety (or money) to an honest mistake from an employee. Though there’s no way to guarantee with 100% certainty that an attack won’t happen, cyber resiliency includes four steps to mitigate risk and reduce damages:

  1. Install and implement the latest technology and security features.
  2. Have a communications strategy ready to minimize reputational damage.
  3. Map out a leadership strategy to assign ownership at each level in the organization.
  4. Have a legal strategy and team ready to deploy if necessary.

Cyber attacks are a new and growing risk to your organization. It’s best to have a strong foundation and solid plan for cyber resilience. Contact us to get started.



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