Now, more than ever, Canadian businesses are at risk.
Phishing attacks are endless, ransomware is increasing MULTIPLE HUNDRED PERCENT year after year and opportunists, foreign and domestic, are at the gates.
What are my risks?
What type of people are attacking my business? What do they want? How are they doing it?
What do I need to buy/implement?
What are other people in my sector doing?
Do I need Product X?
If you are asking any of these questions, you need to contact us.
Every business owner or CEO should know what cybersecurity risks are present in their organization and what steps will be taken to reduce those risks to an acceptable level - no matter what the size of the business.
Cybersecurity Strategy and Roadmap Development
Timberwolf Information Security will determine the unique risks and impacts to your business, develop a plan of prioritized initiatives to close the security gap, and determine what products and services will be the best fit for your organization.
Proven Processes, aligned with current best practices and standards
Timberwolf Information Security will take your business from a place of insecurity and unknowing and provide you with a prioritized plan of action and connect you with the technology, people, and processes to execute on that plan.
Cybersecurity Risk Mitigation for Small and Medium-Sized Business
Lower cost engagements tuned for SMBs looking to determine and mitigate Cyber Risk
43% of Cyber Attacks are targetting Small Business, and 60% of Small Businesses fold within 6 months of a Cyber Attack.
The process to determine and mitigate cybersecurity risk is the same for small businesses as it is the enterprise, although they cannot afford to implement the same technology, people, and processes to mitigate as larger enterprises.
Our scaled-down SMB-targetted engagements lead to lower-cost mitigations tuned for small businesses without their own cybersecurity staff.
‘Hacking Back’, launching attacks back at the source of incoming attacks on an organization, is a manner of recourse that has oft been discussed by cybersecurity professionals, legal scholars and law enforcement — but will it work and is it a good idea?
Recently a researcher working with the Independent Security Evaluators (ISE) discovered flaws in several popular password managers that allow an attacker with local access to obtain the master password. Read on for why this isn't a big deal and why you shouldn't throw your password manager away.
Both vulnerability assessments and penetration tests are necessary to build Cyber Resilience in an enterprise, and you should include both as part of your security program. However, most organizations aren't receiving penetration tests that fill the need of simulating a cyber attack which actually tests the defenses in place and their overall security posture.