Make better cyber security decisions faster.

In an enterprise like yours, cyber attacks take on more meaning than losing data or being infected with malware. As important, if not more, is the potential impact an attack could have on your brand—and given the current economic climate—the integrity of your brand is more important than ever. As cyber attacks become more sophisticated, your enterprise’s response needs to move beyond compliance, and into business strategy.

Cyber risk quantification should take you beyond just a statistical probability of your risk; it should expand to understand and plan attackers’ capabilities. This information will help your enterprise make better business decisions, and better defend itself.

Beyond quantification, your organization needs to begin going beyond “off-the-shelf” solutions that are out of date by the time they’re published. Malware and hackers are getting more sophisticated in their efforts to get both your and your customers’ data, and your cyber security approach needs to match these efforts.

In addition to developing enterprise-level cyber security solutions, Siege’s unique approach includes (but is not limited to):



With a powerful combination of cyber security tech and proven methodologies, Siege will help you reverse engineer, identify and remove hostile code.



Once we’ve identified and cleared the cyber security issues, we’ll protect your insurance systems—and your customers—from known threats with powerful monitoring and protection tools.



Once your system is protected from future threats, we leverage our proprietary, military grade Threat Quantification Engine to model, map, quantify, and finally—predict attacker capabilities.

About Siege Technologies

Cyber security company, Siege Technologies, was founded in 2009 as an advanced research and development firm. Siege focuses on leveraging offensive cyberwar technologies and methodologies to develop predictive cyber security solutions for insurance, government and other targeted markets.

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