Compromise assessment

What is Compromise Assessment?

Compromise assessment is a type of cyber risk assessment that detects threats lurking in a company's network. First, cybersecurity experts look for signs of compromise (IOCs). The findings that were risk-prioritized are then thoroughly investigated. These findings are shared in a report, which also identifies ways to reduce the attack surface.

Compromise assessment examines cyber risk exposure such as data exfiltration and sabotage, command and control activities, user authentication anomalies, malware persistence mechanisms, and vulnerable network host and application configurations. Compromise evaluation is a component of cyber incident response.

Compromise Assessment Services Benefits:

Cyber Compromise Assessment is an essential exercise to proactively investigate potential compromises, detect advanced threats, and improve cyber defenses.

  • Determines if a sophisticated attacker has compromised your environment
  • Increases your confidence in system integrity and data confidentiality
  • Helps you understand the impact of any discovered breach
  • Provides recommendations on security architecture, instrumentation, and controls to make your environment more resilient
  • Provides actionable guidance on the following steps to respond to and eradicate the threat, offering seamless integration with Incident Response
  • Monitoring the network for indicators of compromise and anomalous activity.
  • Identifying malicious activity observed on the network- Zero-day exploit, exploit kit, vulnerabilities, and fallouts
  • Isolating endpoints to prevent lateral movement and malicious communications
  • Advising on the removal of damaging materials left by attacks/attackers

What we provide you with

  • Comprehensive analysis of your environment—focused on finding evidence of ongoing or past compromises
  • A view into your organization’s systemic risks and exposures
  • Identification of your security program’s hygiene issues
  • Best practice recommendations for furthering your organization’s ability to effectively respond to future incidents
  • Options to deploy on premise or cloud-hosted technology

What you get

  • Analysis of endpoint, network, email and log data
  • Identification of compromised systems
  • Report of attacker activity
  • Summary of findings