How do you truly know that your critical data and infrastructure are secure? VIMRO can answer this question with our Security Testing and Assessment (ST&A) services. According to NIST SP 800-115 – Technical Guide for Security Testing and Assessment, an information security assessment is the process of determining how effectively an entity being assessed (e.g., host, system, network, procedure, person, etc—known as the assessment object) meets specific security objectives.
VIMRO uses three types of assessment methods to accomplish this: testing, examination, and interviewing.
Testing is the process of exercising one or more assessment objects under specified conditions. This is used to compare actual and expected behaviors.
Examination is the process of checking, inspecting, reviewing, observing, studying, or analyzing one or more assessment objects to facilitate understanding, to achieve clarification, or to obtain evidence.
Interviewing is the process of conducting discussions with individuals or groups within an organization to facilitate understanding, achieve clarification, or identify the location of evidence. Assessment results are used to determine security control effectiveness over time.
VIMRO has extensive experience in ST&A for both commercial and government enterprise and clouds-based ecosystems.
“VIMRO’s Security and Networking Solutions and Services focus on measurable results and outcomes. Leveraging multidisciplinary teams comprised of handpicked experts, we design and implement a strong security and networking strategy. We are dedicated to delivering solutions and services that deliver the greatest business value for our clients.”
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