Stop Malicious Hackers Now
and Save Millions
Mitigate Cyber Threats Now
Don't let a data breach or ransomware attack be how you discover cybersecurity vulnerabilities. Be proactive to protect your data and people. At IDF, we believe effective security starts with understanding your strengths and potential flaws ⸺ before hackers can exploit them.
Cyber Vulnerability and Risk Assessments
Be proactive to reduce the chances of a breach.
A complete cybersecurity assessment includes identifying which assets such as company data, websites, apps, IoT devices and systems are prime targets for cyber attacks. Then we determine the potential risk if security is compromised.
IDF experts deliver a comprehensive report of your strengths and weaknesses. This report creates the foundation to create an action plan to discover and address vulnerabilities.
Our Cyber Assessment Process
Define what is considered a vulnerability across your network
Assign risk scores to prioritize vulnerabilities for remediation
Complete internal and external penetration testing
Develop and execute a remediation plan
Cybersecurity Penetration Testing
You could save millions by thwarting ransomware attacks.
A complete cybersecurity strategy includes penetration testing. This often gets confused with vulnerability scans. Keep in mind that while helpful, automated vulnerability scans alone are not enough.
Scans help uncover vulnerabilities, while penetration testing tries to exploit those security flaws. That’s why our team simulates real-world cyberattacks in a controlled environment during testing.
Slam the Door on Hackers BEFORE an Attack
Are you leaving your network open to attacks? We'll help you find out before a ransomware or other attack happens. Our identity experts attempt to hack into your networks, apps and devices.
This “ethical hacking” helps determine whether unauthorized access or other malicious activity is possible in your current environment. What we do:
Set up a controlled environment
External test: can hackers gain access?
Internal test: what can hackers do once they're in?
Organizations Say These Security Issues Trigger Pen Testing
Source: Core Security
How Often Should You Test?
Routine Schedules and Triggers
As cyberattacks become increasingly sophisticated, it’s essential to create a consistent schedule to check for new vulnerabilities and potential cyber threats. A quarterly or even a monthly plan may be right for you depending on your situation. In addition to scheduled testing, other triggers include:
To fulfill testing and assessment requirements of compliance regulations such as ISO, SOX, PSI, GDPR, and HIPPA
When applications, data storage and other technology is migrated to the cloud or to hybrid environments
As part of your digital transformation roadmap when you launch new technologies on-premises, in the cloud, or across hybrid networks
Clients Who Trust Identity Fusion
"Identity Fusion thrives on solving real-world security and identity problems with a calming seasoned leadership approach that few can match."
Vice President, Customer Success Services, Americas | ForgeRock