Computer Security, I.T. Security or Cyber Security relates to the physical and nonphysical protection of electronic systems. Where tangible assets such as the hardware need to be protected from theft or damage. As well as intangible assets such as the software and data, which also need to be protected, so as to ensure the functionality of systems and the confidentiality, accuracy and availability of data. Such protection should also extend to preventing the misuse of or disruption to service.
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Our lives are becoming more entwined with the digital era, to such a degree, that any significant failures in availability or loss of data can become headline news within minutes. Such is our reliance on technology, whether, banking, buying online, social media or just accessing e-mail. As a result, it is not inconceivable that at some point in relatively near the future, we may live in a ‘cashless’ society. Consequently, cyber security has to play a more significant role.For examples of computer security assignments →
The company are able to provide a comprehensive range of Cyber Security services, covering analysis, investigation, review and recommendations, for systems and networks alike.
“Cyberspace” is a term used to describe networks and the devices attached to them, which store, process and communicate information that cybersecurity protects.
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With businesses moving into cyberspace to keep pace with the times, means that the data required for these services are also located in cyberspace. As a consequence, this data often becomes the target of attackers as it potentially has value.
In today’s world, cyber security affects us all, from critical national infrastructure (CNI), corporate networks to individual accounts. their availability, confidentiality and integrity are paramount.
Having investigated a number of these types of incidents, we are aware only too aware that, malicious electronic activities combined with human or physical factors allow for the circumnavigation security measures.
Examples of which include:
- Tricking an individual to open a document or link that contains malicious software.
- Gaining employment, which allows physical access to systems
- Searching waste for information that could help in accessing target data or systems, known as ‘dustbin diving’.
Physical, personnel and digital elements need to be assessed in order to provide a comprehensive cyber security solution.
Our expertise and experience, uniquely combines electronic forensic skills, with an understanding of corporate finance.
Asset Tracing – Audit – Computer Security – Digital Forensics – Due Diligence – eDiscovery – Fraud Investigation
Intelligence Gathering -Passwords Analysis – Penetration Testing – Wireless Security
Services underpinned with expertise and experience.