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Even the very best technical implementations and well-configured security systems may be compromised through one of the most common, yet least-appreciated attack vectors: Human Beings.
While a disgruntled employee may pose a significant risk, more persistent dangers lie in the everyday practices of the average staff member, who may unknowingly be or become the weakest link in the security chain.
By 2017, 40% of enterprise contact information will have leaked into Facebook as a result of employees’ increased use of mobile device collaboration applications.
Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2012
- 57% of workers surveyed were willing to share their company passwords with their friends.
Infosecurity Europe 2003 Information Security Survey, April 2003
Last but not least, a single unlocked door may negate every bit of the implemented network security. Of course, most physical security risks are not as simple to identify or correct as an unsecured entryway.
How It Works
KRYPTON can evaluate places of business for physical weaknesses that could allow unauthorized facility access or unwanted visibility, with a special emphasis on critical areas where an elevated level of security is warranted, such as a server room.
It is all too common for physical security to be overlooked while an organization is focused on other threats. KRYPTON will ensure that is not the case.
This comprehensive process, when custom-tailored to the organization’s specific requirements, will allow KRYPTON to discover as many potential attack vectors as possible – with the end-result of generating true, actionable intelligence so the necessary steps may be taken to eliminate these identified weaknesses using both technical and procedural safeguards before they may be used against the business and compromise operational integrity.
During this process, KRYPTON will work hand-in-hand with the client’s security and technical teams to complete the assessment. The output always includes a pragmatic report that details implementable solutions in a manner that is both useful to the organization’s technical department and clearly understandable to the management team.