We can help you create and maintain a security culture at your company as well as we can be your eyes and ears in the security community.
Our advisory services cover many subjects and areas within information security where we always strive to help you feel assured that whatever you are building, producing, deploying, purchasing, or designing it is securely implemented. We are confident that we can do just that thanks to our senior consultants' vast experience within the information security industry. What you want help with is up to you, but here are some examples of what we have done: architectural reviews, support in choices of cryptographic implementations, strategical support in choices for automotive cyber security, and so on.
Our advisory can be part of a pentest project, done as a stand-alone project or more of an as-a-service style where you get access to our hive mind to get answers to your most pressing information security questions.
We offer support in the bigger scope just as well as we answer the smaller questions. We are experienced in testing, securing, and advising in the areas of:
Everyone can’t know everything, so sometimes you need an extra set of eyes on something to be sure that the solution, architecture, concept or whatever it might be is secure and following security best practices
It all depends on our needs. Depending on the task at hand we might recommend a workshop aimed at hashing out the true issues, or we might spend a few days reviewing proposed plans for a new product, or we might help you in discussions with suppliers, to make sure that all the right questions are asked. It’s all up to you!
Whenever you feel unsure or need an extra pair of eyes on something within the realm of information security.
First, feeling more at ease with your security solutions since our team of senior experts have helped you in the process. The deliverable can be a report outlining the necessary steps needed to assure whatever you are building, producing, running, buying, or just tweaking is secure. It can also be notes from a workshop or something as simple as a plain statement, written or spoken.