Defining the rules for using the company’s IT systems and mobile devices along with defining different levels of access to system resources.Cybersecurity training
Regular education of all employees using the company’s IT resources.
Securing your network against unauthorized access and malware, and restricting employees’ access to potentially dangerous websites or services.Backup copies
Performing regular backups and creating backup copies to restore key data that have been lost due to a cyber attack.
Constant monitoring of resources in accordance with security policies, diagnosing potentially dangerous areas, and incident management.Configuration of devices
Using settings and tools to protect devices from access by unauthorized individuals and the installation of unauthorized software.
Cybersecurity specialists support companies in building multi-level security.
We secure organizations at all stages of digital transformation. We design network, infrastructure and application architectures, thanks to which our solutions meet the highest security standards from the very beginning.
We verify existing IT environments using the latest tools and knowledge of experienced cybersecurity engineers.
During the analysis phase, we perform, among others:
The scope of our services within security audits:
A cyber attack is an attempt to gain access to system resources. Cyber attacks are divided into passive attacks, which are aimed at obtaining and using data from the system, and active attacks, which are aimed at interfering with the operation of the system.
An ATP (Advanced Threat Persistence) attack consists of the system being accessed by an unauthorized user who remains undetected for a long period of time. These types of attacks are dangerous due to hackers’ access to confidential data and the possibility of stealing them.
A DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) Attack aims to occupy all free resources and, as a result, prevent the service or system from working. This type of attack is carried out with special software, e.g. a bot or Trojan, which takes control of network resources and then causes overloading by causing a large number of fake attempts to use the services.
Penetration tests are designed to check the system security solutions implemented for a client. They are carried out with the use of such methods as:
black-box, in which the auditor has a minimum level of knowledge about the solution,
gray-box, in which the auditor has basic information about the solution,
white-box, in which the auditor has full knowledge of the solution.
They include both manual and automatic code reviews. The final effect of penetration tests is a report containing a list of areas that are under threat, and recommendations regarding the actions required to reduce or eliminate the risk.
Take advantage of the support of JCommerce cybersecurity engineers and ensure the security of your services and systems. Contact our specialists and arrange a consultation.