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SecOps As A Service

PragICTS offers SecOps as a service, providing organizations with comprehensive security operations support both on-site and remotely. We deploy the necessary expertise and resources to design, implement, manage, and support your company's entire security posture. Our goal is to alleviate the burden of security management from your organization, allowing you to focus on your core business activities.
Here's how our SecOps as a service can benefit your organization:

1. Expertise Deployment
- Our team of skilled security professionals is deployed to your organization to provide the expertise needed to design and implement robust security measures tailored to your specific requirements.

2. Design and Implementation
- We work closely with your team to design and implement security solutions that align with your business objectives and regulatory requirements. This includes configuring security tools, establishing policies and procedures, and integrating security controls across your IT infrastructure.

3. Management and Monitoring
- We take on the day-to-day management and monitoring of your security operations, ensuring that your systems are continuously protected against threats and vulnerabilities. This includes real-time monitoring, threat detection, incident response, and performance optimization.

4. Support and Maintenance
- Our team provides ongoing support and maintenance to ensure the smooth operation of your security infrastructure. We promptly address any issues or concerns, perform regular updates and patches, and implement best practices to keep your systems secure and up-to-date.

5. Scalability and Flexibility
- Our SecOps service is designed to scale with your organization's evolving needs. Whether you're expanding your operations, adopting new technologies, or facing new security challenges, we can adapt our services to accommodate your requirements.

6. Cost Efficiency
- By outsourcing your security operations to PragICTS, you can reduce the cost and complexity of managing an in-house security team. Our flexible pricing model allows you to pay only for the services you need, without the overhead of hiring and retaining full-time security staff.

7. Risk Reduction
- Our proactive approach to security helps mitigate risks and vulnerabilities before they can impact your organization. By identifying and addressing potential threats early, we minimize the likelihood of security incidents and their associated costs and disruptions.

With PragICTS's SecOps as a service, you can trust that your organization's security is in capable hands, allowing you to focus on what you do best—running and growing your business. Let us handle your security operations, so you can stay ahead of threats and maintain a strong security posture in today's constantly evolving threat landscape.


CISO (Chief Information Security Office) as a Service (CISOaaS)

Our CISO as a Service (CISOaaS) offering provides clients with access to the expertise and leadership functions typically embodied by a Chief Information Security Officer. This service model allows organizations to leverage the knowledge and experience of seasoned cybersecurity professionals without the need to hire a full-time CISO.
Here's how our CISOaaS can benefit your organization:

1. Expert Guidance
- Our experienced cybersecurity professionals act as trusted advisors, providing strategic guidance and direction to ensure that your organization's cybersecurity posture aligns with industry best practices and regulatory requirements.

2. Strategic Planning
- We work closely with your executive team to develop and implement comprehensive cybersecurity strategies tailored to your organization's unique needs and risk profile. This includes identifying key security objectives, prioritizing initiatives, and allocating resources effectively.

3. Policy Development
- Our team assists in the development, implementation, and enforcement of cybersecurity policies and procedures to establish clear guidelines for protecting sensitive information, managing risks, and responding to security incidents.

4. Risk Management
- We conduct thorough risk assessments to identify potential vulnerabilities and threats to your organization's data and IT infrastructure. Based on these assessments, we develop risk mitigation strategies and recommend appropriate security controls to minimize risk exposure.

5. Incident Response Planning
- In the event of a cybersecurity incident, our CISOaaS team helps your organization develop and implement effective incident response plans to minimize the impact of the incident and facilitate a swift recovery.

6. Security Awareness Training
- We provide ongoing security awareness training to educate your employees about cybersecurity best practices, raising awareness of potential threats and empowering them to make informed security decisions.

7. Vendor Management
- We assist in evaluating and managing third-party vendors and service providers to ensure that they meet your organization's security requirements and adhere to industry standards.

8. Regulatory Compliance
- Our team stays up-to-date with evolving regulatory requirements and compliance standards, ensuring that your organization remains in compliance with applicable laws and regulations governing data privacy and security.

9. Continuous Improvement
- We regularly assess and refine your organization's cybersecurity program to adapt to emerging threats, technological advancements, and changes in your business environment, ensuring continuous improvement and optimization of security measures.

By engaging our CISOaaS, you can access top-tier cybersecurity expertise and leadership functions on-demand, enabling you to enhance your organization's security posture, mitigate risks, and protect your valuable assets against evolving cyber threats.


Data Protection and Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

Data is the lifeblood of any company, making its accuracy, security, availability, and recovery absolutely critical. Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is a crucial strategy that ensures sensitive data is not shared, transferred, or used inappropriately. By implementing DLP, your organization can effectively monitor and protect sensitive information across on-premises systems, cloud-based locations, and endpoint devices.
Here’s how DLP can benefit your organization:

1. Preventing Data Breaches
- DLP helps in identifying and blocking potential data breaches before they occur. By monitoring data movement and detecting unauthorized activities, it prevents sensitive information from being exposed or stolen.

2. Ensuring Compliance
- Many industries are governed by strict data protection regulations, such as GDPR, HIPAA, and PCI-DSS. DLP ensures that your organization complies with these regulations by protecting sensitive data and generating audit trails for regulatory reporting.

3. Protecting Intellectual Property
- Your company’s intellectual property, including trade secrets and proprietary information, is safeguarded against leaks and unauthorized access. DLP policies can be tailored to detect and block the sharing of confidential files and documents.

4. Monitoring Data Usage
- DLP tools continuously monitor data usage across all platforms and devices. This enables your organization to identify unusual patterns and potential threats, ensuring that data is used appropriately.

5. Enhancing Security Posture
- DLP integrates with other security measures, such as encryption, access controls, and endpoint protection, to create a comprehensive security posture. This layered approach minimizes the risk of data loss and enhances overall security.

6. Enabling Safe Data Sharing
- While preventing unsafe sharing, DLP also facilitates secure data sharing within and outside the organization. Policies can be set to allow data transfer only through approved channels and to authorized recipients.

7. Data Classification and Identification
- DLP solutions can classify and label data based on its sensitivity and importance. This helps in prioritizing protection efforts and ensuring that the most critical data receives the highest level of security.

8. Automating Security Responses
- Advanced DLP systems can automatically respond to potential threats by blocking actions, alerting security teams, or quarantining data. This automation reduces the response time and limits the impact of security incidents.

PragICTS provides comprehensive DLP solutions tailored to your organization’s specific needs. Our expertise ensures that your sensitive data is continuously monitored and protected, providing peace of mind and allowing you to focus on your core business activities. Whether your data resides on-premises, in the cloud, or across various endpoint devices, we have the tools and knowledge to secure it effectively.


Ransomware Protection

Global ransomware payments have surpassed the billion-dollar mark, and the statistics for 2022/2023 paint a grim picture. Attacks are on the rise as cybercriminals increasingly use data infiltrations and the threat of data leaks to pressure companies into paying ransoms. Even if a company can restore data from backups, refusing to pay the ransom may still result in leaked data appearing on websites operated by threat actors.

The Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR) by Verizon highlights a 13% year-over-year increase in ransomware attacks from 2021, a rise greater than the previous five years combined. Statista projects that about 70% of businesses will suffer one or more ransomware attacks in 2022. These trends reflect the highest annual rate on record, indicating an escalating threat landscape.

PragICTS offers comprehensive services to protect against and prevent ransomware attacks, ensuring that your IT infrastructure—both on-premise and in the cloud—remains secure. Our services include:

1. Proactive Threat Detection
- Utilizing advanced monitoring tools and techniques to detect ransomware threats before they can cause harm.

2. Incident Response Planning
- Developing and implementing robust incident response plans to swiftly address and mitigate ransomware attacks.

3. Data Backup and Recovery Solutions
- Ensuring that you have secure, reliable backups and efficient recovery processes in place to restore data without paying ransoms.

4. Employee Training and Awareness
- Conducting regular training sessions to educate employees on recognizing and avoiding ransomware threats.

5. Endpoint Security
- Implementing strong endpoint security measures, such as Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) and Extended Detection and Response (XDR), to protect devices from ransomware infections.

6. Network Security
- Enhancing network security with next-generation firewalls (NGFWs), intrusion detection systems (IDS), and other tools to prevent ransomware from spreading within your network.

7. Vulnerability Management
- Regularly scanning and patching vulnerabilities to minimize potential entry points for ransomware.

8. Compliance and Regulatory Support
- Helping you meet industry standards and regulations, ensuring your security measures align with best practices.

By leveraging PragICTS's expertise, you can fortify your defenses against ransomware and safeguard your business from the potentially devastating impacts of these attacks. Let us help you maintain a secure IT environment, giving you peace of mind to focus on your core business operations.


Cybersecurity Consulting

Need independent expert help with your cybersecurity? PragICTS offers comprehensive, end-to-end services designed to evaluate, secure, and continuously monitor your IT landscape. Our expertise ensures that robust mechanisms are in place to protect your systems and data, providing constant oversight and continuous improvement.

The Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR) by Verizon highlights a 13% year-over-year increase in ransomware attacks from 2021, a rise greater than the previous five years combined. Statista projects that about 70% of businesses will suffer one or more ransomware attacks in 2022. These trends reflect the highest annual rate on record, indicating an escalating threat landscape.

Our Services Include:

1. Comprehensive Cybersecurity Assessment
- We conduct thorough evaluations of your current security posture, identifying vulnerabilities, risks, and areas for improvement across your entire IT environment.

2. Customized Security Strategy
- Based on our assessment, we develop a tailored cybersecurity strategy that aligns with your business goals and regulatory requirements, ensuring comprehensive protection.

3. Implementation of Advanced Security Measures
- We implement state-of-the-art security technologies and best practices, including firewalls, intrusion detection systems, encryption, and multi-factor authentication, to safeguard your infrastructure.

4. Continuous Monitoring and Threat Detection
- Our services include continuous monitoring of your systems for potential threats, using advanced tools and techniques to detect and respond to incidents in real-time.

5. Regular Security Audits and Updates
- We perform regular security audits and updates to ensure your defenses remain strong against evolving threats. This includes patch management, software updates, and re-evaluation of security policies.

6. Incident Response and Recovery
- In the event of a security breach, our expert team provides swift incident response and recovery services to minimize damage, restore operations, and prevent future incidents.

7. Employee Training and Awareness Programs
- We offer comprehensive training programs to educate your employees about cybersecurity best practices, helping to prevent human error and enhance your overall security posture.

8. Compliance and Regulatory Support
- We assist in ensuring that your organization complies with relevant cybersecurity regulations and standards, such as GDPR, HIPAA, and ISO/IEC 27001.

Why Choose PragICTS?
1.Independent Expertise
- Our team consists of seasoned cybersecurity professionals with extensive experience in various industries and a deep understanding of the latest threats and technologies.

2.Holistic Approach
- We provide a holistic approach to cybersecurity, addressing both technical and human factors to create a resilient security environment.

3.Proactive and Preventive
- Our services are designed to be proactive and preventive, identifying and mitigating risks before they can cause harm.

4.Continuous Improvement
- We believe in continuous improvement and regularly update our strategies and solutions to keep pace with the ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape.

Let PragICTS safeguard your IT landscape, providing you with the peace of mind to focus on your core business operations while we handle your cybersecurity needs. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help protect your organization from cyber threats.


Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing (VAPT)

A vulnerability assessment identifies threats and weaknesses in computer systems, networks, and software, highlighting the inherent risks they pose. This process involves black box or grey box security testing to simulate real-world attack scenarios.

Hackers view every application as a black box, using sophisticated scanners to brute force various attack types. Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) enables organizations to pinpoint potential risks and prioritize remediation efforts based on the severity of the identified vulnerabilities

There are several types of vulnerability assessments that can be conducted, including:

1. Network-Based Vulnerability Assessment
- This assessment identifies vulnerabilities in network devices such as routers, switches, firewalls, and other network infrastructure components. The primary goal is to find weaknesses that attackers could exploit to gain unauthorized access, steal data, or launch attacks.

Network-based assessments typically involve using specialized software tools and techniques that scan the network for vulnerabilities. These tools employ methods such as port scanning, vulnerability scanning, password cracking, and network mapping.

2. Application-Based Vulnerability Assessment
- This assessment reviews security weaknesses in software applications, including websites, mobile apps, and APIs. It examines whether the applications are susceptible to known vulnerabilities, assigns severity levels, and recommends remediation or mitigation.

These assessments test for common vulnerabilities like SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), and other OWASP Top 10 risks. These include Broken Access Control, Cryptographic Failures, Injection, Insecure Design, Security Misconfiguration, Vulnerable and Outdated Components, Identification and Authentication Failures, Software and Data Integrity Failures, Security Logging and Monitoring Failures, and Server-Side Request Forgery.

3. Based Vulnerability Assessment
- This assessment identifies and mitigates potential security risks in APIs, focusing on design, implementation, and deployment vulnerabilities. The goal is to ensure that APIs are secure, reliable, and resilient to attacks. This includes (OWASP API) Broken Object Level Authorization, Broken Authentication, Broken Object Property Level Authorization, Unrestricted Resource Consumption, Broken Function Level Authorization (BFLA), Unrestricted Access to Sensitive Business Flows, Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF), Security Misconfiguration, Improper Inventory Management, and Unsafe Consumption of APIs

4. Host-Based Vulnerability Assessment
- This assessment identifies vulnerabilities in individual host systems, such as servers, workstations, and laptops. It involves scanning the host system for known vulnerabilities like missing security patches or outdated software, using both automated and manual methods.

5. Wireless Network Vulnerability Assessment
- This assessment identifies vulnerabilities in wireless networks, including Wi-Fi networks. It typically involves testing for weak encryption, default passwords, and rogue access points using specialized software tools and techniques.

6. Physical Vulnerability Assessment
- This assessment identifies vulnerabilities in physical security measures, such as locks, surveillance cameras, and access control systems. It involves physical inspections of the facility and its security measures.

7. Social Engineering Vulnerability Assessment
- This assessment identifies vulnerabilities in human behavior, such as susceptibility to phishing attacks and other social engineering techniques. It typically involves simulated attacks against employees to test their awareness of security threats and their ability to respond.

8. Cloud-Based Vulnerability Assessment
- This assessment identifies vulnerabilities in cloud infrastructure and services, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. It involves scanning the cloud infrastructure for known vulnerabilities and testing the security of cloud applications and services.

PragICTS help you with your VAPT to comb out the vulnerabilities for remediation and post VAPT management, overseight and support.


Email Security

According to Deloitte, approximately 91% of all cyberattacks start with a phishing email. Every organization relies on email for business operations, yet email remains inherently insecure, making it a prime target for attackers aiming to steal information, disrupt business, or access funds. Cybercriminals exploit email vulnerabilities to launch spam campaigns, distribute malware, conduct phishing attacks, and execute business email compromise (BEC) schemes.
To enhance email security, organizations should adopt best practices that include policies, tools, and awareness initiatives. Key measures include:
1. Regular phishing simulations
2. Multi-factor authentication (MFA)
3. Email filtering
4. DMARC implementation
5. Auto-quarantine protocols
6. Encryption
7. Integrated security systems
8. Visual warnings

PragICTS provides comprehensive services to secure your entire email infrastructure, whether cloud-based or on-premise, ensuring robust protection against email-borne threats.


Website Security

Your website is the digital face of your business. A cyberattack can render it inaccessible, deface it with inappropriate content, or redirect your traffic to malicious sites.

Cybercriminals use automated bots to scan for vulnerable websites. Outdated software, insecure plugins, open ports, weak passwords, and misconfigurations can all leave your site exposed. If these vulnerabilities are not promptly addressed, attackers can exploit them quickly, often before you can respond.

Website security is also crucial for search engine rankings. Secure websites are more likely to rank higher on search engines like Google.

Additionally, a secure website builds trust with your audience, reassuring them of your legitimacy and encouraging them to do business with you.

Let us handle your website security, ensuring your online presence remains safe and reliable.


End Point / Edge / Integration Point Security (Remote and Hybrid)

Securing all entry points, including endpoint computing devices (laptops, mobiles, etc.), edge devices (sensors, IoT, etc.), and both internal and external integration points, is critical to prevent compromises.

Deploying a synchronized suite of security measures can effectively mitigate these risks. Key technologies and strategies include:

1.Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)
Also known as Endpoint Detection and Threat Response (EDTR), EDR monitors and responds to threats on endpoint devices.

2.Extended Detection and Response (XDR)
XDR provides integrated threat detection and response across multiple security layers, including endpoints, networks, and servers.

3.Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFWs)
These provide advanced network security by integrating additional features like application awareness and control, integrated intrusion prevention, and cloud-delivered threat intelligence.

4.Single Sign-On (SSO)
SSO simplifies the user authentication process, enabling users to access multiple applications with one set of login credentials.

5.Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
MFA enhances security by requiring multiple forms of verification before granting access.

6.Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)
ZTNA operates on the principle of 'never trust, always verify,' ensuring strict identity verification and least-privilege access to network resources.
By deploying these technologies in a cohesive and integrated manner, organizations can effectively secure all entry points and minimize the risk of compromise.


Cloud Security

Cloud security, also known as cloud computing security, encompasses a suite of measures designed to safeguard cloud-based infrastructure, applications, and data. These measures include user and device authentication, data and resource access control, and data privacy protection. Cloud implementations can range from hybrid clouds to multi-cloud environments across various providers. To be effective, security measures must be integrated holistically and cohesively to function seamlessly under a unified security framework.

PragICTS can assist you in securing both your cloud and on-premise environments, ensuring comprehensive protection across your entire IT infrastructure.


Firewall NGFW (Next Generation Firewalls) and FWaaS (Firewall as a Service)

In today's enterprise landscape, characterized by highly distributed offices, IT infrastructure (on-premise, cloud, and hybrid), end computing access points, IT integration points, and diverse software, a cohesive firewall strategy is essential. The strategy, design, implementation, management, and support of firewall infrastructure, including Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFW) and Firewall as a Service (FWaaS), must account for this distribution and diversity to ensure comprehensive security coverage.

PragICTS offers end-to-end assistance with your firewall strategy, encompassing design, implementation, management, and support, to secure your entire enterprise effectively. Our expertise ensures that your firewall infrastructure is robust and cohesive, protecting all facets of your distributed IT environment.


Managed Security Information and Event Management (MSIEM) as a Service (MSIEMaaS)

MSIEMaaS provides continuous monitoring, detection, and analysis of security events across an organization's IT infrastructure. MSIEMaaS involves collecting and correlating data from various sources (such as logs, network devices, and applications) to identify potential security threats in real-time. Managed SIEM services offer real-time alerts, incident response, and compliance reporting, allowing organizations to enhance their security posture without needing extensive in-house resources.


Managed Threat Intelligence as a Service (MTIaaS)

MTIaaS service that provides organizations with actionable insights about current and emerging cyber threats. It involves collecting, analyzing, and disseminating threat data from various sources, helping organizations understand potential risks and proactively defend against cyber attacks. MTIaaS enhances an organization’s ability to detect and respond to threats by providing timely and relevant information, often including indicators of compromise (IOCs) and threat actor profiles.


Managed Security Operations Center (MSOC)

SOC is a centralized unit that monitors and manages an organization's security on both a technical and operational level. Its primary function is to continuously observe the IT infrastructure for signs of cyber threats, detect vulnerabilities, respond to incidents, and mitigate risks. The MSOC team, consisting of security analysts and incident responders, uses advanced tools like SIEM systems to analyze and react to potential security breaches. By doing so, the SOC aims to protect the organization's assets, reduce the impact of security incidents, and ensure compliance with relevant regulations.


Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Design, implementation, management, and support of IAM. IAM is a framework that ensures the right individuals have appropriate access to resources within an organization. It involves managing user identities, authentication, and authorization. Key components include single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication (MFA), and role-based access control (RBAC). IAM enhances security, simplifies user management, and helps organizations comply with regulations.


Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)

Design, implementation, management, and support of SASE. SASE is a network architecture that combines wide-area networking (WAN) and network security services into a single, cloud-delivered service model. It integrates capabilities such as secure web gateways, cloud access security brokers, firewalls, and zero-trust network access with WAN capabilities like SD-WAN. This unified approach enhances security and performance for users accessing resources across different locations, optimizing connectivity and security policies in a simplified, scalable manner.


A Secure Web Gateway (SWG)

Design, implementation, management, and support of SWG. SWG is a security solution that protects users from web-based threats by enforcing company security policies and filtering unwanted software or malware from user-initiated web traffic. SWGs typically include features like URL filtering, web application control, data loss prevention, antivirus, and anti-malware inspection. They act as intermediaries between users and the internet, monitoring and controlling access to ensure secure and compliant web usage.


A Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)

Design, implementation, management, and support of CASB. CASB is a security policy enforcement point placed between cloud service consumers and providers. CASBs provide visibility into cloud service usage, enforce security policies, and offer a range of security capabilities such as data loss prevention (DLP), encryption, identity and access management (IAM), and threat protection. They help organizations ensure secure access to cloud services and protect sensitive data by monitoring and controlling the activities and interactions between users and cloud applications.



Design, implementation, management, and support of Sandboxing. Sandboxing is a security mechanism used to run programs or execute code in an isolated environment, separate from the rest of the system. This isolation ensures that any harmful actions or malicious code executed within the sandbox do not affect the host system or its data. Sandboxing is commonly used to test untrusted software, analyze malware, and protect systems from potential threats by containing and observing their behavior in a controlled setting without risking the integrity of the main environment.


Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN)

Design, implementation, management, and support of SW-WAN. SD-WAN is a technology that simplifies the management and operation of a wide area network by decoupling the networking hardware from its control mechanism. It uses software-based controllers to direct traffic across the WAN, ensuring optimal performance, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness. Key features of SD-WAN include centralized management, intelligent path selection, and enhanced security. By dynamically selecting the best path for traffic, SD-WAN improves application performance and user experience, making it ideal for businesses with multiple locations and cloud-based services.


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