Don’t just anticipate threats; predict them.

The digitization of consumer health information. Blockbuster films leaked online before holiday openings. Escalation of nation-state digital attacks. Enterprise level brands damaged. Regardless of your industry, new threats like hackers, botnets and malware are popping up every day and are driving key decision makers to evaluate their exposure to and risk of a cyber attack.

A typical cyber security risk assessment follows a 5 step plan that includes:

  • 1. Identification of your assets
  • 2. Location of the assets
  • 3. Classification/prioritization of the assets
  • 4. Conduct threat modeling exercise
  • 5. Compilation of data and development of threat mitigation plan

Siege’s approach to conducting a cyber security risk assessment is a little bit different. Siege doesn’t just drive to a robust cyber security risk assessment and identify threats—Siege’s proprietary threat quantification engine, Eprouvette.

Siege developed Eprouvette to measure and predict attacker capabilities, as well as identify critical network assets to protect and identify optimized defensive security configurations.

Our unique threat quantification algorithms provide you with insight into:

  • The ability of an asset to evade detection by a hacker
  • What artifacts an asset leaves behind that might be discovered by a hacker
  • Degradation or destruction of data, services and system availability
  • and more…

For more information on Siege Technologies’ advanced cyber security risk assessment approach, contact us today.

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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2015 alone saw a reported jump of 48 percent in compromises that were reported.

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