A stable cybersecurity posture is only achievable through appropriate use of discovery, prevention and response solutions, all working together as an on-going cycle and should be maintained in conjunction with good security practices throughout the business.
With 30 years’ industry experience Daisy has a solid portfolio of security services, we are ideally placed to help you to achieve good practice in security throughout your infrastructure, from your business impact analysis, service design, implementation, management and monitoring.
Our most successful customers are those that utilise Daisy’s skills and expertise across our multiple specialisms, as we deliver solutions that meet our customers’ needs, not just standalone services.
Daisy is able to utilise our depth of expertise across all 12 of our solution specialisms, to deliver health checks and consultancy support for all areas of your IT infrastructure, in relation to the security of your business. From your active directory to your data, your end-points to your Cloud, your risks to your vulnerabilities, your business as usual to your business continuity, Daisy can help you assess your status and make recommendations for improvements to your security posture and your business.
Vulnerability Scan as a Service
In order to protect your business-critical assets and ensure compliance, you need to identify, prioritise and mitigate against important vulnerabilities before cybercriminals can exploit them. Internal and external changes to your threat landscape mean that regular scheduled scanning is the most effective way to manage your network vulnerabilities.
Daisy’s ‘always on’ Vulnerability Scan as a Service (VSaaS) ensures you have experienced analysts armed with industry leading tools on hand to identify, classify and prioritise weaknesses as needed. Without interrupting business-as-usual, we provide meaningful intelligence on verified risks and the best route to remediate or mitigate against them via clear, personalised reporting.
Phishing as a Service
Phishing activity that uses social engineering techniques involving emails, SMS, mobile apps and social networks to encourage users to part with sensitive information, is incredibly fruitful for cybercriminals. Such practices are becoming more frequent, more targeted and more sophisticated. In turn this means that it’s harder for your staff to distinguish genuine emails from the criminal.
To reduce the threat, you need to understand how susceptible your users are to Phishing. By simulating attacks, our experts can educate users on real Phishing tactics and security best practices – dramatically strengthening your security position. Meanwhile, detailed reporting provides clear insights into your changing level of risk, including users that are particularly vulnerable, allowing you to take appropriate action.