Know the Threats You Face

  • Awareness of risks you would not have been able to detect on your own
  • Knowledge of compromised accounts
  • Fulfill security compliance requirements
  • Access to Binary Defense’s cybersecurity expertise

What is the Binary Defense Cybersecurity Assessment?

The Binary Defense Cybersecurity Assessment helps businesses and stakeholders gauge the overall cybersecurity preparedness of their organization. This assessment includes both an external vulnerability scan and compromised account report (details on each can be found below).

What risks could you be facing?

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With the Binary Defense Cybersecurity Assessment, you’ll have answers to questions such as:

  • Are there weaknesses in your organization’s digital defenses?
  • Are hackers already selling your sensitive data on the Dark Web?
  • How likely is it that someone is already in your network?
  • How easy is it to bypass your network’s security?

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About the Assessment

During this phase of the assessment, Binary Defense will leverage systems to send various traffic to your external IP addresses looking for holes in your cybersecurity. This will include looking for cross-site scripting, open ports, and other potential risks to your organization from outside your network. This scan is looking for ways hackers can gain entry through brute force and other types of attacks.

During this phase of the assessment, Binary Defense will run a check against your organization’s @domains (the part of your email address that comes after the @ symbol) searching for email addresses that have been listed as part of known breaches. We will be able to report on which email addresses were listed in which breach and what the threat of those breaches are.

There is an old saying: you don’t know what you don’t know. If you do not have a team of dedicated information security professionals working around the clock, it is quite possible—even likely—that your organization is at risk. Another old saying is that there are two types of organizations—those that have been breached and those who are unaware they have been breached.

This highly connected and technologically evolved world we live in has placed all businesses of every size across every industry at greater and greater risk. What exactly is at risk? Your data. Your brand. Your people.

From securing intellectual property and keeping it hidden from competitors to safeguarding the physical well-being of people on-site to avoiding fraudulent transactions, a strong cybersecurity program is necessary. One key way to battle potential threats is to know if you have existing security issues that should be addressed, remediated, and mitigated swiftly.

The tactics, techniques, and procedures used by hackers are constantly evolving. It is a ongoing struggle to keep up with the new methods they develop to get around existing security protocols, particularly if you don’t have a cybersecurity team on staff.

Breaches must be identified and remediated as quickly as possible. If you already have been breached, remediation is required to strengthen cybersecurity.

The assessments provided here will provide baseline cybersecurity intelligence for your organization. The report may show a relatively secure and stable environment or it may show numerous ongoing risks. In any event, you will gain transparency where you may not have had any prior visibility at all as well as the knowledge on how to take action.

What about antivirus? If you’re a small business that has antivirus installed and nothing else, you should know that the antivirus software isn’t foolproof. Hackers can easily bypass antivirus software through a myriad of techniques. You need a full assessment to detect those breaches that antivirus can’t.

Most importantly, you can have peace of mind, knowing that you have a team of cybersecurity experts on your side.

The Cybersecurity Assessment is open to United States residents only. To qualify for the free assessment, organizations may only submit up to ten (10) company email address domains as well as a maximum external IP address range containing up to 254 hosts (/24). If you don’t qualify, someone from Binary Defense will reach out to you to let you know.

Both of these assessments represent a single point in time. They provide results that were accurate at the time they were run. The same tests could be run weeks, days—even minutes later and show additional / different data.