Our Information Security Consultants provide advisory and technical support to help our clients improve their Information Risk and Security Management function to respond to the increasing cyber security threat. By providing information security subject matter expertise and utilising our business consulting acumen, we work collaboratively with our clients to design, build and more importantly, hand hold them for implementing pragmatic security awareness strategy.

Cyber security’s main goals are to provide the confidentiality,integrity and Availability and all that has to be done without any danger caused.


confidentiality It refers to controlling access to information. It ensures the wrong people who cannot gain access to sensitive information while ensuring the right people can access it. Protecting confidentiality include special training for those who share sensitive data, including familiarizing authorized users with security risk factors and teaching


Integrity assures that the sensitive data is consistent trustworthy and accurate. Security of data should be maintained over its life cycle. It prevents unintentional changes and deletions from unauthorized users from becoming a problem. Measures should be taken to detect data changes that might occur due to a non-human-caused event, such as server


It is the guarantee of reliable and constant access to your sensitive data by authorized people by keeping up with system upgrades, providing adequate communication throughput and preventing bottleneck. It prevents downtime due to malicious attacks such as denial-of-service DOS attacks and network intrusions, extra software and the use of security equipment

Frequently asked questions

Black hat hackers are known for having vast knowledge about breaking into computer networks. They can write malware which can be used to gain access to these systems. This type of hackers misuse their skills to steal information or use the hacked system for malicious purpose.

White hat hackers use their powers for good deeds and so they are also called Ethical Hackers. These are mostly hired by companies as a security specialist that attempts to find and fix vulnerabilities and security holes in the systems. They use their skills to help make the security better.

Grey hat hackers are an amalgamation of a white hat and black hat hacker. They look for system vulnerabilities without the owner’s permission. If they find any vulnerabilities, they report it to the owner. Unlike Black hat hackers, they do not exploit the vulnerabilities found.

We use Multilayered security approach that uses a number of components to protect your clients’ operations with multiple levels of security measures. we privide security solutions for all layes

Threat: Someone with the potential to harm a system or an organization

Vulnerability: Weakness in a system that can be exploited by a potential hacker

Risk: Potential for loss or damage when threat exploits a vulnerability

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a secure protocol which provides safer conversations between two or more parties across the internet. It works on top of the HTTP to provide security.

  • HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure) is a combination of HTTP and SSL to provide a safer browsing experience with encryption.
  • In terms of security, SSL is more secure than HTTPS.

SQL Injection (SQLi) is a type of code injection attack where it manages to execute malicious SQL statements to control a database server behind a web application. Attackers mostly use this to avoid application security measures and thereby access, modify, and delete unauthorized data.

 The following ways will help you to keep up with the latest cybersecurity updates:

  • Follow news websites and blogs from security experts. 
  • Browse security-related social media topics.
  • Check vulnerability alert feeds and advisory sites.
  • Attend cybersecurity live events.

A cybersecurity risk assessment refers to detecting the information assets that are prone to cyber-attacks(including customer data, hardware, laptop, etc.) and also evaluates various risks that could affect those assets.

It is mostly performed to identify, evaluate, and prioritize risks across organizations.

The best way to perform cybersecurity risk assessment is to detect: 

  • Relevant threats in your organization 
  • Internal and external vulnerabilities 
  • Evaluate vulnerabilities impact if they are exploited