Sysdream Cybersecurity Audit

Run a technical diagnostic to remedy any security flaws

Your company

Your issues

Projects linked to digital transformation involve your company constantly developing its information system and, in so doing, extending ever further its area of exposure to the cyber-threat.  

Maintaining the security level of your information system becomes a high-stakes exercise, involving ever more sophisticated skills.  

In this context, security audits enable both the measurement and assessment of your security level and the optimisation of your defences.  

Support from our experts will in this way allow you to:

  • obtain a snapshot of the risk associated with your information system;
  • validate your conformity with a policy, or with best practices;
  • identify the avenues and actions to take to ensure you get the best possible security;
  • rapidly lower the risk to a level acceptable for you or vis-à-vis the regulations.

 

Your needs

You wish to assess your risk level in the face of cyber-threats.

You expect:

  • personalised support linked to your business context;
  • thoroughly objective advice and opinions from experts;
  • global analysis of your information system, covering the technical, physical and/or human aspects;
  • security focus on a critical perimeter of your information system;
  • genuine action plan enabling you to target and correct your vulnerabilities in order to move towards a zero risk.

Our solutions

Since 2004, our team has worked constantly on developing its know-how in offensive security. Providers of high-value-added technical services, Sysdream – Hub One will support you in the transformation of your security by means of PASSI-certified technical audits.  

The feedback from our auditors, whose activity is divided between penetration test (pentest), audit, training and troubleshooting, guarantees a pragmatic approach and a high level of expertise.  

These auditors are experienced consultants, possessing a variety of certifications (CEH, CISSP, CISA, ECSA/LPT, CHFI, QSA PCI DSS).  

This diversity of profiles and skills allows us to orientate and manage the various audit missions to meet the needs of your projects.  

computer security audit

  • The pentest is designed to measure the risk associated with a defined information system perimeter, by simulating external and/or internal attacks. For this, the consultant conducting a pentest temporarily adopts the posture of a genuine attacker and tries to reproduce the approach and techniques of an actual person with malicious intent.
  • Social engineering can be used for analysing bad human practices in terms of IT security. We test the awareness of a company’s employees by means of various types of scenario, such as phishing, sending an infected email attachment, and identity theft.
  • Red Team pentests are designed to assess the global security of a company by putting to the test its various means of protection, whether they be technical, physical or human.
  • Configuration audit: its objective is to reinforce the security level of an element (OS, firewall, database, workstation, etc.) by analysing its configuration and comparing this to the corporate standards or benchmark best practices (CIS, NIST, etc.).
  • Code audit: used for checking the security of an application’s code, both technically (compliance with best development practices) and functionally (implementation of functionalities).
  • Exposure test: consists in itemising all the assets of an organisation present on the public network. This makes it possible to have a global overview of the digital footprint that is visible to an attacker. As well as itemisation pure and simple, we propose in our exposure tests an assessment of the risk per asset according to the security criteria (Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability).
  • DDoS test: the distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) test is used to assess the resistance level of an infrastructure in the face of attacks from botnets (controlled machine networks), and the response of the teams to this type of incident.
  • Robustness test: its purpose is to check the inviolability of the data on a portable storage medium or a fixed or mobile device (laptop, smartphone, tablet). This test mainly simulates the accessing of a device by an external attacker, for example, following a theft or physical intrusion on corporate premises.
  • Forensic IT analysis: also called a post-mortem analysis, this defines the set of retrospective methods to be adopted following a security incident. The analyst’s objective consists in identifying and assessing the extent of a threat, then seeking to understand it: appearance scenario, exact impact, source, etc. The analysis generally makes it possible to identify the vulnerability that has been exploited, and to guide the client towards better correction.
  • Architecture audit: used to check the functional consistency and conformity of all or part of an information system with regard to security threats. It seeks to check that the audited architecture is in compliance with the information protection triptych: Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability. Aspects such as the pertinence of the technological choices, the organisation of data flows, sizing and robustness are assessed in particular.
  • PCI DSS: this is a security standard developed by the payment card companies for reinforcing the security of payment card holder data. It applies to all companies that store, handle or transmit this type of data. We support companies in defining their perimeter in line with their certification (compliance requirements).

 

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