Cybersecurity Engineering

Cybersecurity engineering services are consulting services provided to businesses in order to assist with the implementation or maintenance of cybersecurity technical controls and systems. Some of these systems may include data protection, access management, intrusion detection & prevention, and others that may be required by the organization.

Cybersecurity engineering consulting includes

  • Review requirements, processes, and specifications as it pertains to information security.
  • Plan and test the potential technical deployment to ensure stability and conformity with objectives¬†
  • Deploy the planned and tested technical solution across the organization.
  • Review any issues, problems, or failed objectives of the deployed solution.¬†

Security solutions typically implemented

Data Security & Insider Threat: Systems that protect and restrict internal access to files and folders to authorized users.  

(DLP) Data Loss Prevention: Solutions which alert and can prevent the exfiltration or copying of data from the network. 

(EDR) Endpoint Detection & Response: Agents installed on an organization’s hosts to monitor and detect malicious activity. 

(IDS) Intrusion Detection & Prevention: Systems which can be implemented to alert on or prevent the execution of potentially malicious activity. 

(PAM) Privilege Access Management: Solutions which manage permissions and users on the network to allow or deny access. 

(SIEM) Security Information and Event Management: Comprehensive alerting systems which analyze large networks for specified activity. 

System & Network Hardening: A process in which systems are configured to be more secure by disabling and removing potentially vulnerable services. 

(VMS) Vulnerability Management: Systems designed to automatically scan, prioritize, and alert staff of newly disclosed or located vulnerabilities.