Why is it important to have a security strategy in place.
Today we live in a highly Digital and connected world and every human on this earth is always connected to networks, devices, data, and apps. While enterprises are constantly exploring at adopting newer technologies to boost productivity and revenues, there is always this inherent threat and risk from Malicious Attackers. Hackers, Unauthorised Access, and Data Thefts
At Interwork, we help our customers in minimizing this risk with our expertise around the following:-
Identity & Access
We can help in your strategy around who can have access to applications and information, both within and outside your enterprise.
Enterprises embarking on their digital journey need Identity and Access Management (IAM) than ever before to strengthen their InfoSec posture and improve employee and customer experience. We offer a full spectrum of Identity & Access Management solutions for your varied needs covering internal employees, customers, business partners, vendors etc. Our forte is in Designing, Developing and Implementing solutions covering the User Lifecycle – end to end.
Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing (VAPT)
Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) is a testing process using which one can get to find security bugs within a computer software program or a computer network. It is often misunderstood as two entirely different types of testing techniques but the fact of the matter is, these two should be combined together to yield better results. The primary objective of Vulnerability Assessment is to search and identify bugs and Penetration Testing is done to see whether the vulnerability exists by exploring and exposing to a manual exploitation of the system.
These tests have different strengths and are often combined to achieve a more complete vulnerability analysis. In short, Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Assessments perform two different tasks, usually with different results, within the same area of focus.
Digital Foot Printing
Digital footprint refers to one’s unique set of traceable digital activities, actions, contributions and communications that are manifested on the Internet or on digital devices. The information is collected using various online platforms, websites, government databases, and other resources.