Cybrella works to develop a risk management program catered to our clients and serve as roadmaps to help understand organizational liability and mitigate risks. These plans consider the client’s approach to governance, risk tolerance, the maturity of policies and procedures, and 3rd Party risks managed within the available budget.
Cybrella's risk-based approach aims to risk reduction as the primary goal. This enables the organization to prioritize investment and focusing on building the appropriate controls for the worst vulnerabilities that target the business’s most critical assets.
The most common security tests used in security risk assessments are network vulnerability scanning tests and network penetration testing (Black Box, White Box or Gray Box). These tests can be used to test external networks, Websites, Web applications as well as internal networks.
Cybrella has a unique methodology and expertise in a variety of innovative areas, including:
Cybrella’s white hat hacking team tests networks, systems, and applications to identify security vulnerabilities that malicious hackers can exploit. This service can be run independently or in combination with a red team exercise. Red team exercises simulate a real-world adversarial attack on a client’s network. These exercises are useful to identify potential vulnerabilities in systems, procedures, and in each team’s ability to defeat the threat.
Industrial control systems become ever more interconnected, and each OT (Operational Technology) system has its uniqueness and environment. Cybrella’s RedTeam, along with Cybrella’s OT team, formed a dedicated OT Lab, to simulate cyber OT threats and to analyze the specific risks in the unique OT environment of each client.
Our team of OT cybersecurity professionals has extensive experience in critical environments. By simulating our clients’ environments in Cybrella's OT Lab, we comprehensively test systems without disrupting operations, and the findings adjusted according to the risk within each client's specific environment.