Cyber Security Consulting

What can a cyber security consultant do for your organization?

Cyber security consultants use various tactics and methods for obtaining evidence and getting to the bottom of your case. Some of the methods we use for cyber security matters are:

  • Review administrative policies, procedures, guidelines, and specifications as it pertains to information security.

  • Analyze technical controls and software solutions within the business to ensure compliance with senior management’s objectives.

  • Perform user training and audit affects of training to determine if training is meeting the intended goal of behavior modification.

  • Investigate the impact of malware and unauthorized access attempts by threat actors and malicious insiders.

  • Propose risk management plans and processes to minimize existing vulnerabilities within the organization. 

Protect your organization

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Cyber security consulting services can help protect your company from:

  • Reputation Damage
  • Digital Intrusions
  • Non-compliance Risks

Do you think you need a cyber security consultant? Cyber security consulting can be complex and time consuming. Fear not! We are here to help. We offer competitive rates and fast service. Spectre Intelligence is based in Round Rock, Texas and services the central Texas area. 

Common questions about cyber security consulting

What is considered cyber security consulting?

Cyber security consulting and risk management consulting are services employed for the purpose of securing an organization’s assets including both physical and logical assets. These processes are built to support the business and ensure the continuity of operations. Security frameworks and industry best practices are followed to ensure the company’s resources are used efficiently and in support of the business as a whole. 

What are the types of cyber security consulting?

There are various types of cyber security consulting and risk management consulting services. Some of the most common ones are:

Business Analysis: Business analysis focuses on the processes and needs of a business for the purpose of improving efficiency and reducing waste.

Decision Analysis: Decision analysis is a framework by which decisions and thought processes are formally reviewed for logical consistency and efficiency.

Endpoint Detection & Response: Endpoint detection & response (EDR) is a service that employs software to monitor client systems for compromises. 

Intrusion & Impact Analysis: Intrusion and impact analysis investigations look for potential cyber intrusions and analyze the potential impact of that intrusion on the business. 

IT Security Compliance: IT security compliance services focus on auditing a client’s environment to ensure that they are meeting compliance standards proficiently. 

Risk Management: Risk management focuses on analyzing the business as a whole to quantify possible risks, vulnerabilities, and potential liable any given business has.

Technical Controls: Technical control consulting focuses specifically on cyber security control implementations, such as SIEM systems, system hardening, and reducing logical attack surfaces. 

User Training: User security and appropriate use training is aimed and reducing the biggest known cyber security problems, people, by informing and modifying bad decision making of employees.

Is hiring a cyber security consulting necessary?

We understand that hiring a cyber security consultant can be a difficult choice. Often senior management does not know the risks associated with their organization, and it seems like hiring an outside security consultant is an unnecessary expense.

However, in the time of data breaches and data theft, there’s never been a more justifiable time to hire a cyber security consultant, even if it’s just for a rudimentary top level view. Cyber threats can cost businesses hundreds of thousands, if not millions, in loss to physical infrastructure, data loss, lawsuits, and fines.

These days, cyber security consultants are an investment that pays for itself. 

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