With new threats emerging every day,
staying ahead while protecting
yourself against infinity can seem
impossible. We help you focus on
your unique threat landscape so you
can move forward with confidence.
Your cybersecurity should work
hand in glove with your technology
and operational realities.
Don’t settle for best practice salad.
Prioritise and adapt your strategy
to your business.
out there, but how do you know which
could really impact your business?
We help you cut through the noise.
You need to know what’s happening in your
network, including where your vulnerabilities are.
We help you get into the detail, whilst always
keeping the full picture in mind.
You may have the right questions, but
that’s only half the journey. We get as
close as possible to your operational realities.
Focusing on your unique threat landscape,
we allow you to move forward with confidence.
Our Cybersecurity Services
Nettitude’s security testers hold the highest technical qualifications available to provide real-world, human-led testing services. These services include penetration testing from the advanced techniques of iCAST & CBEST. Simulated Targeted Attack and Response (STAR), through to the broader assurances of Cyber Essentials, social engineering, red teaming exercises, and vulnerability assessments, providing adequate cybersecurity for your company in Hong Kong.
We provide flexible Bug Bounty programs focused on the threats that your organisation cares about the most. One way through which Nettitude provides companies with cybersecurity, is through our bug bounty platform, which gives you real-time access to our world-class team of security professionals. A credible digital security company, we’re trusted to conduct cybersecurity assessments such as Penetration Testing on government systems, critical national infrastructure, core global financial systems, and other types of companies in Hong Kong
Looking for 24×7 managed security services? Through Nettitude’s dedicated Security Operations Center (SOC) and through our Cyber Incident Response Team (N-CIRT) we are able to provide round the clock, managed detection and response services to our clients. Nettitude’s managed security services and cybersecurity solutions deliver to companies in Hong Kong a much stronger return on investment when compared with traditional in-house solutions.
Understanding how to respond to a cyber incident is paramount to your firm’s recovery from a security breach. Knowing what data assets have been affected, and what controls are needed to recover needs a plan. Are you ready?
Nettitude’s information security consulting provides a company with strategic guidance around cybersecurity, compliance, social engineering and training for employees. Our consultants are experienced in taking regulatory and compliance frameworks, and adapting them to meet the needs of an organisation, according to their industry, size or geographic reach, providing pragmatic and tailored guidance that is measurable and actionable at every phase.
Your threat landscape is as unique as your business!
How can you prepare against the unknown? With new threats emerging every day, staying ahead while protecting yourself against infinity can seem impossible. The solution lies in prioritisation. That’s where we come in.
IT Security is crucial to keeping your assets, brand and company safe. We focus on the threat landscape unique to your business and tailor our cybersecurity services to your priorities. We provide security for your IT infrastructure, your internal and external networks, web applications and computers.
It’s an approach that allows you to move forward with confidence, with solutions that manage risk effectively and work in real-life situations. Nettitude is your internet security company in Hong Kong, reinforcing your IT infrastructure, reducing the ability of hackers to infiltrate your systems and get access to your assets.
Frequently Asked Questions About cybersecurity
What are the different types of cybersecurity threats?
Cybersecurity threats exist in many different forms. Malicious files, codes or programmes can be delivered through a network and infect computer systems, stealing information or disrupting the IT system’s use. Sometimes users are relied upon to deliver information or breach security. Other attacks target a particular system, such as a network by overloading it with requests, causing it to crash. Common threats include malware, social engineering, phishing, Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks and SQL injection attacks.
What types of cybersecurity techniques and tools do we use?
Multiple security tools exist on the market and are used here at Nettitude. They secure and protect networks to prevent unauthorised access and attacks and also encrypt network communications. The types of tools used to achieve these include encryption tools, web vulnerability scanners, network security monitoring tools, password auditing and packet sniffers, antivirus software firewall and penetration testing tools.
What accreditation does Nettiude have?
Nettitude is accredited by CREST, an international body that regulates and sets benchmarks in the cybersecurity industry. Certification by CREST validates the penetration testing, cyber incident response, threat intelligence and Security Operations Centre (SOC) services provided by Nettitude. The assessments taken to become a CREST certified company are rigorous and are required to be re-submitted every year – this ensures that Nettitude has the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to provide companies with cybersecurity services.
Is third-party expertise in security risk management necessary?
According to one survey, 95% of organisations outsource part or all of their security operations centre, and that includes incident management. Is leveraging third-party expertise the most effective way to obtain security incident management services?
Zero day impacts: how marine and offshore organisations should prepare for unknown vulnerabilities
Issues or vulnerabilities that exist within the IT/OT systems of ships and offshore assets that have not yet been acknowledged, found or known about by anyone else are called ‘zero days’. If these issues are found, they can be reported, however marine and offshore vendors are not as familiar with what to do with this information or how to get them fixed in a timely manner when compared to vendors in other industries.
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