Ethical Hacker Services
Ethical hacking, also known as a ‘white hat hacking’, is a “good guy” vs a “bad guy”, that is engaged to legally break into applications, computers, and networks to test an organization’s overall security.
The Ethical Hacker assined to your assessment will be a certified professional with credentials that will include at least the EC-Council’s Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) certification.
Ethical Hacking (White Hat)
Ethical hackering is the process of using the same skills of and knowledge of a cyber criminal but with the purpose to improve an organizations security posture rather than the goal to exploit and cause damage.
By employing an ethical hacker, organizations get an insight into their own security vulnerabilities to help in the safeguarding them from future cyber attacks.
Although ethical hacking is sometimes used interchangeably with penetration testing, there are some important differences.
Ethical hackers may get involved in tactics beyond penetration testing. For example, they might choose to test defenses against social engineering techniques by encouraging employees to reveal sensitive business data or log-in credentials.
On the other hand, penetration testing is focused solely on assessing one or a few network vulnerabilities that organizations may have.
Competitive Intelligence (CI) is the systematic monitoring of your competitors' online presence to determine what they're doing now – and what they're likely to do in the future. This type of information can help you make better strategic and tactical decisions, and allow you to gain a better understanding of your own competitive position.
Competitive intelligence is the process of building and maintaining a deep awareness of your competitors. That way you can better understand their strategies and anticipate their future actions, in addition to making smarter decisions for your own organization. Competitive intelligence revolves around three key factors – the market, your customers, and your competitors.