World’s Largest Cyber Security Consulting, Professional Training & Certification Body
Partnering with the World’s Leading Cyber Security Experts
We are partnering with EC-Council who is the world’s leaders in Cybersecurity and ethical hacking to help you strengthen your Information Security. EC-Council is the leading IT and e-Business certification awarding body and the creator of the world famous Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI) and EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA) / License Penetration Tester (LPT) programs.
EC-Council has trained over 80,000 individuals and certified more than 30,000 security professionals from such fine organizations as the US Army, the FBI, Microsoft, IBM and the United Nations.
EC-Council’s certifications are recognized worldwide and have received endorsements from various government agencies including: - the US Federal Government via the Montgomery GI Bill, - National Security Agency (NSA) and the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS).
DoD 8570 The United States Department of Defense has included the CEH program into its Directive 8570, making it as one of the mandatory standards to be achieved by Computer Network Defenders Service Providers (CND-SP).
Cyber Security Certifications (20) Programs Under 7 Categories Plus Training for all Personnel and Departments.
Cyber-security Posture Assessment
Refers to a methodology that transforms and enhances an organization’s risk management capabilities. By performing cyber-security posture assessment, a client organization will have a clear view of the security status and possible security threats within the organization can be identified.
Security Strategy and Transformation
Refers to the establishment of a security strategy based on the client’s business strategy, which ensures that the information systems within the client organization are safe and secure from any intrusion that would cause damages to the organization. Security strategy and transformation will be built to meet the client organization’s cyber-security vision.
Vendor Risk Management
A majority of organizations are highly dependent on third-party vendors for services in order to save costs and raise the quality of service.
By relying on a third-party vendor, it also means that confidential data and information about an organization will be handled by a third party, which could lead to serious consequences.
In current organizations, various vendors are engaged to provide a variety of services; hence, it is imperative to have a sustainable and scalable vendor management framework that ensures best-in-class vendor management processes and vendor performance across various vendor services.
Emphasizes Information Technology Systems, their risk management, and its performance. It ensures that the investments made on IT yield fruitful results, which mitigate IT-associated risks and threats. EGS can help an organization to align IT governance with the business strategy to achieve maximum efficiency out of Information Technology Systems by implementing strategic goals.
Information Technology Risk Assessment
A methodology that reviews the possible threats and risks posed to your organization. Organizations perform IT risk assessment to identify, assess, and change their security posture to enhance their operations and defend from attackers.
In today’s businesses, information systems play a pivotal role in its operations. With that comes a variety of information security risks that may impact the organization’s ability to compete. The Information Security Management System (ISMS) is a structured approach to maintain confidentiality, integrity, and availability of an organization’s information assets. The ISO 27001:2013 standard is the world’s leading standard adopted by organizations for the implementation of ISMS.
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards are a set of policies and standards used to protect and secure business involving online banking transactions––thus preventing online frauds and loss of a cardholder’s sensitive personal information. EGS helps client to understand and implement standards to protect their payment system from data breach.
Managed Security Services
Refers to a service to outsource and managed security issues of network devices and systems such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, intrusion prevention systems, antivirus software, virtual private networks, and so on.
Identity Access Management
In a constantly changing information technology environment and with the rapid adoption of business models (such as SaaS, PaaS, Cloud, BYOD, etc.), major security challenges in an organization about whether the right users have access to intellectual property, networks, or resources of a company have emerged. EGS provides an identity and access management service to ensure that the right personnel gets the right resources the right way and for the right reason.
EGS can provide security training to employees in a client organization. Human error has always been the primary reason or main contributing factor in disasters or accidents. By conducting security training, security awareness can be increased at the same time.
Regulatory compliance such as HIPPA as well as other privacy regulations is one of the most challenging issues faced by an organization. We have identified that data privacy and security concerns are involved in the information-security management lifecycle.
Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing
A technique to protect your organization against external and internal threats by identifying the security threats. It is an on-demand activity and EGS offers a broad range of network infrastructure, web application, and mobile application security assessment services designed to detect and gauge security vulnerabilities.
Secure Code Review
Critical business applications are often in an attacker’s crosshairs as an attack vector. A client’s business applications store and manage a lot of valuable information. Secure code review is the process of finding weak security gaps in the source code of an application and remediating them.
Secure Software Development Lifecycle
A programmer usually follows a software development lifecycle to create software. The secure software development lifecycle is a structured way of taking security into account during each development phase while building software.
Refers to the methodologies and frameworks to secure the data, applications, and infrastructure of cloud computing.
Software License Compliance
A process to identify and audit software and software licensing that is installed within an organization in order to assure that all of them are compliant and genuine. Managing software assets within an organization can be difficult due to the increasing sophistication of software licensing agreements and also a lack of software license management guidelines and standards.
As a service is often undertaken by the telecommunications sector to improve profits by analyzing the data quality and improving the process.
Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) & Security Operations (SOC)
Provide a real-time analysis of security alerts from within an organization’s network to maintain a secure environment while ensuring continuity of business operations.
Business Continuity Management (or a Disaster Recovery Plan)
A set of frameworks governing the operation of the business management requirements and regulatory processes. In case of an emergency, an organization is able to respond quickly to ensure that critical business functions continue without disruption.
Computer Forensics is a technique to examine, analyze, extract, and preserve the evidence to determine or identify suspicious/fraudulent events from a digital storage device that can be presented in a court of law. EGS helps clients to understand how an intrusion took place and who should be responsible for the intrusion by utilizing legal evidence found in computers or any digital storage media that pertains to the case.