Business Owners, Presidents, Shareholder
Whether it's a rogue employee who misappropriates your "crown jewels", or an untrained employee clicking on a phishing email causing a breach, partner with us before, during, and/or after a digital incident.
Many business executives agree that data is among their most valuable assets. Unfortunately, it often takes a breach—or a “cyber incident” – to convince executives to beef up data protection. As we’ve seen over the past few years, no one is safe from data security attempts.
Business leaders have relied upon Digital4nx Group to independently validate that their networks and computer systems are as secure as their IT team has "told" them they were and to also uncover any weaknesses in order to prioritize their security efforts. While corporations are faced with the unenviable task of trying to defend their networks against various types of intrusive attacks, we commonly find that the insider threat is the weakest link.
Lawyers - Outside Counsel / General Counsel
Most organizations are not aware that a data breach (or misappropriation) has occurred until it’s too late. If you find yourself in this position, Digital4nx can retrace key steps to help you identify and analyze relevant digital evidence so you can build stronger cases or generate better settlements for your clients.
Recovering a particular email, a deleted file, or the date and time a web page was accessed can be critical to a legal matter. More often than not, discovering when, how, and who created the digital information can be equally important and perhaps the smoking gun. In other instances, finding hidden or deleted financial information on a computer is the key to a strong case.
For litigation professionals, by applying our Digital Litigation Support Services to recover valuable electronic evidence, you may have an opportunity to dig deeper into cases - resulting in a better positioning of a case if we are involved early in a matter.
Forensic preservation, the art, and science of identifying valuable data and protecting it in accordance with the most stringent industry standards, is a very critical step in your case, due to the potential legal notification and state data breach requirements, reputational risks, and possible litigation. The earliest stage of any investigation is the most important one to get right. Digital forensics, much like emergency medicine, has a "golden hour" at the very outset, during which there is the highest likelihood that prompt expert response with a clear head and well thought out plan can make or break the best defensible position to support an investigation or litigation needs.
In short, Digital4nx Group, Ltd. helps attorneys find the digital fingerprints left behind on computers, mobile devices, and other electronic devices by people who they suspect have done them wrong.
IT Professionals - Managed Service Firms, In-House IT
IT teams are pressured to make things easy-to-use, functional, maintain software updates and patches, and keep users up and running. They are typically NOT trained in repeatable and defensible practices in responding to cyber incidents and conducting forensic preservation and analysis.
IT teams are pressured to make things easy-to-use and functional, maintain software updates and patches, and keep the users up and running. Typically, they do NOT assist in the overall data security within their company’s or Client’s network. That is why when you partner with Digital4nx Group’s cyber team, you can trust that our real-world experience in reacting and resolving an incident response of a data breach will perfectly complement your existing in-house IT expertise. By mimicking an actual ‘hacker attack’, we will break into your network and show how an attack would be perpetrated before a malicious attacker can perpetrate the same attack. The goal of an “ethical hacking” security exercise is not to reveal deficiencies in the performance of your IT team, but rather to support your team, and provide a road-map for making your networks much more secure, identify the sensitive information which the organization maintains, and improve the best reasonable security measures for that organization.
Much like a CFO who needs a CPA firm to audit their financials, an independent “ethical hacking assessment” can provide valuable insight and guidance on maintaining a better data and network security posture.
Financial Executives - Chief Financial Officers, Chief Executive Officers, Other C-Level Executives and/or Board Members
Given the increasing volume of cyber incidents, legal expenses, regulatory and/or compliance risks; finance executives understandably need to also be focused on proactively identifying potential risks and strategically planning their responses.
Numerous surveys prove that cyber-attacks have become a fixture on the list of CFOs’ most worrisome risks. Cyber risks are everywhere. Retailers breached. Intellectual property stolen. Data hacked almost on a daily basis. With a large percentage of finance executives also overseeing IT, they are equally committed to determining how and where to invest company resources on prevention. When it comes to protecting the enterprise, it’s often a long-term battle where victory is difficult to measure. As organizations increasingly depend on electronic data and cloud-based networks. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) offices and soon broad-based acceptance of crypto-currency to conduct their daily operations, accumulation of personal and financial information are being transferred and stored all around the globe.
Because these types of technology advancements also, unfortunately, introduce weakness into your network, Digital4nx Group provides a Proactive – Fixed Fee security assessment where our independent team of experts audit your security that is guaranteed to uncover vulnerabilities and greatly increase your level of security. You are essentially hiring hackers that you can trust, who have real-world experience in reacting and resolving an incident response of a data breach. They will pre-emptively break into your network and show you how an attack would be perpetrated before a malicious attacker can perpetrate the same attack.
We find that companies generally hire us to perform "ethical hacking" for four reasons:
- They are reasonably confident in their network’s security posture and they want to validate they are as secure as they believe.
- They are concerned that their network is not as secure as it should be and believe that an ethical hack will tell them where they should prioritize their security efforts.
- They use ethical hacking as a mechanism to demonstrate to key stakeholders that their network is secure.
- Much like a CPA firm who audits your financials, an independent ethical hacking assessment can provide valuable insight and guidance on maintaining a better security posture.
Trusted Advisors - Insurance Brokers, Financial Planners, Executive Coaches, etc.
Your clients need to be assured that the private data they entrust you with is not only protected, but also stored in full compliance with your industry’s regulations.
Whenever your company commits to safeguarding highly sensitive client data, it’s your legal and ethical responsibility to keep that information secure from all levels of unauthorized access. Whether it’s a disgruntled or improperly trained employee, or an unpatched network that leaves opportunities for external hackers to gain access to your systems, Digital4nx Group can help you take the proper steps to give your customers every reason to be confident throughout your business relationship.
Our expert team will outline the State and Federal regulatory requirements you may be overlooking that can lead to costly fines and project delays, and also help you preventatively identify your system and network vulnerabilities that can weaken your ability to keep critical data safe.
By partnering with Digital4nx Group, you are able to prioritize your IT projects because you will truly understand the full scope of your security responsibilities, as well as the risks associated with not opting to mitigate them.
Human Resource and Compliance
When companies succeed, it’s typically due to People, Process, and Technology. But regardless of your firm's size, people likely will be the #1 cause of a cyber incident or legal dispute. At Digital4nx, we provide the tools that help HR professionals create a crystal clear picture of employee behaviors that may be putting your business data at risk.
We offer training to your HR personnel and employees to increase their awareness of the hazards of social engineering and phishing, and we also help your HR staff monitor wayward employee digital footsteps, allowing you to collect the ‘smoking gun’ evidence to take legal action against a worker to penalize them for IP theft, or a host of other computer-related crimes.