Detection - Stop threats before they begin

The first step in the OCSI Solution is detection. For each new client, OCSI will perform a structured analysis of the client's IT system to identify high-risk devices and vulnerabilities within the client's network.

Web Application Penetration Testing

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Web based applications are a core component of any modern organization providing business critical services such as public facing web applications, internal portals, access to cloud-based resources.

Regrettably, too many IT organizations mistakenly believe that if they simply patch regularly and following a few security best practices then they are secure. This is a mistake and unfortunately threat actors know this and use it to exfiltrate “steal” data and disrupt business continuity. The well-known Equifax breach is such an example.

Securing web applications requires an experienced specialized penetration tester with a thorough understanding of web applications and their nuanced issues from a security perspective.

Optium Cyber Systems can provide the expertise to properly test and find these security issues for remediation before hackers or targeted malware can use those vulnerabilities against your organization.

Wireless Penetration Testing

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The shift in business critical applications from wired desktop PC’s to wireless mobile devices, appliances, embedded technologies, and of course the rapid adoption of IoT devices places to the forefront the importance of securing the wireless infrastructure. Additional considerations should be placed on the use of Bluetooth, ZigBee, DECT, and others technologies not commonly considered from a security perspective.

Securing your wireless infrastructure requires an experienced, specialized penetration tester with specific gear and a thorough understanding of wireless technologies and their nuances from a security perspective.

Optium Cyber Systems can provide the expertise to properly test and find these security issues for remediation before hackers or targeted malware can use those vulnerabilities against your organization.