threat assessment

A threat to your company’s computing system is a warning that alerts you that an intruder is trying to infiltrate the system to exploit any vulnerabilities available to access and can steal or damage the company’s assets.

Threat Assessment is a fact-based, systematic process designed to identify, inquire, and manage potentially critical situations.

All threats don’t have equal potential to harm business. A powerful threat assessment plan allows commercial entities to describe different threats based on their unique set of characteristics. This will help in efficient planning and optimized solutions that help to resolve threats.

An effective threat assessment plan improves business efficiency and employee productivity. Organizations are better prepared to meet their deadlines and achieve their targets once they are fully aware of all the threats along the way and how to work around them.

to improve and optimizing your security posture - pmtt uses technology & tactics

incident response

In the event of a security incident, we’ve dedicated team members able to respond and eliminate the threat.

threat prevention

We utilize best-in-class security tools and processes to stop cyber security threats.

threat haunting

A combination of security tools and human analysis is required to stay your network secure. Threat hunting may be a proactive process where our team searches through your network trying to find threats which will have evaded traditional security software.

malicious web filtering

The highest percentage of breaches start with a user following a link to a malicious website. We take steps to dam access to those sites to make sure your users stay protected.

patch management

Keeping your software updated with the newest security patches is one among the primary steps in a sound IT security strategy. We will implement a patch management program that keeps your systems up so far and secure.

user training

Providing education and training to employees through customized guided training and phishing simulations.
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