ELIJAH performs vulnerability assessments and information security risk assessments that reduce your risks and costs.

ELIJAH performs vulnerability assessments and information security risk assessments that can help reduce the risk of costly business interruptions, financial theft, and data misappropriation. If your organization is in a regulated industry and subject to IT security mandates such as FDIC, GLBA, HIPAA, HITECH, NCUA, OCC, or PCI DSS, you may be required to undergo regular risk assessments in order to identify and minimize such risks. Maintaining information security controls that meet standards established by regulators and best practices can be vital for your business, and ELIJAH offers the depth of expertise to help meet those needs.

 

ELIJAH also recognizes that businesses must balance an interest in maximizing information security against potentially competing interests in operational efficiency and minimizing costs. Although there is no such thing as perfect security, ELIJAH can help you identify areas in which you get the most “bang for your buck” mitigating risks at a reasonable cost, without unduly hindering business operations.

 

ELIJAH can help you identify whether specific categories of your data are safe. Special categories you might not have considered include :

Corporate trade secrets

Data held by trusted business partners

Employee payroll records

Financial data

Patent files

Payment Card Information

Personally Identifiable Information

Personal Heath Information

Social media

ELIJAH can help keep your data secure through regular penetration testing.

Penetration testing is the process of identifying security vulnerabilities in systems, networks, or applications by using various “malicious” techniques. Weak points are identified and exploited through authorized simulated attacks, often with the process repeated after IT resources attempt to resolve identified issues. The end result is improved security, and ELIJAH can provide detailed reports regarding our findings.

 

Clients request penetration testing for a variety of reasons, including to:

Secure user data.

Find and correct security vulnerabilities applications.

Demonstrate continued security across software release cycles.

Assess business impacts of successful attacks.

Meet regulatory and information security compliance requirements.

Enhance marketing efforts by promoting data security measures.

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