DEFENSIVE CYBERSECURITY STRATEGY
Pathfynder's defensive services help companies present a formidable target to cyber threats.
Deter attacks and effectively respond to them when they occur.
Businesses must take a proactive and vigilant approach to protect their sensitive data and assets from cyber threats. A business must be constantly alert to potential dangers and ready to respond quickly and effectively to protect what is important.
Digital Forensics & Incident Response
Effective early detection and rapid response are critical to minimizing the impact of any breach. We review your incident response plan and conduct realistic tabletop exercises to strengthen breach preparedness across the organization. Experienced investigators are available 24/7 to provide incident response emergency services in a forensically sound manner, analyzing, containing, and eradicating the compromise so affected systems can be brought back online as quickly as possible.
Cloud Email Security Audit (M365, Google Workspace)
We optimize security controls in your primary email and file sharing system to help prevent common attack vectors such as Business Email Compromise and associated invoice fraud, and to minimize exposure in the event of credential compromise.
Cloud Security Audit (AWS, Azure, GCP)
Leverage industry-standard cloud security auditing tools and manual evaluation to identify misconfigurations and their associated risk based on best practices and applicability to the top ten common security misconfigurations and recommended Center for Internet Security (CIS) Benchmark controls.
Build customer trust and loyalty by demonstrating you take security seriously.
Implementing strong defensive cybersecurity measures can help to reassure customers that their information is safe and secure. This, in turn, can help your business to build trust with its customers and foster long-term relationships. As customers become more aware of the importance of cybersecurity, they are likely to choose companies that prioritize security and take proactive steps to protect their information. Therefore, investing in defensive cybersecurity is not only important for protecting your business's assets, but also for maintaining its reputation and customer base.