Professional Evaluation for Risk and Compliance

In today’s business environment, volatile and dynamic threats and changing regulations are a reality. For most organizations, it is difficult to keep IT tools’ security up-to-date and controls configured properly.

We help our clients strike the right balance between security/compliance and progress by evaluating the risk and vulnerabilities in their IT infrastructure.

Risks and regulations are constantly evolving, challenging business practices to adapt. We help you stay secure and compliant, lowering your risk profile so you can focus on higher-value-added activities.


Our security assessment services measure the client’s exposure to the latest external and internal threats through a variety of methods.

Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing

  • Identify known vulnerabilities/configuration issues
  • Perform real-world attack simulations
  • Evaluate existing physical security measure

Applications Security

  • Automated and manual testing of security of critical applications
  • Assessment of high-risk transaction platforms

Risk Assessment

  • Identify threats, vulnerabilities, and level of exposure and possible impact
  • Generate risk score
  • Develop risk assessment report to prioritize remediation

Controls Review

  • Evaluate safeguards for confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information systems
  • Identify controls issues, generate evaluation reports, advise on controls selection


  • Evaluate safeguards for confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information systems
  • Design and manage clients’ infosec program, provide ongoing feedback/direction
  • Employee training
  • 3rd party due diligence


We help clients maintain up-to-date compliance with a variety of regulatory and best practices frameworks.


  • Specialists in financial and health care industries
  • Compliance with FFEIC, FDIC, NCUA, OCC, FINRA, SEC, OCR, and others
  • Help navigate and comply with information security and cybersecurity requirements


  • Boost compliance with an industry’s cybersecurity guidelines, requirements, and best practices
  • Examples: American Land Title Association, National Association of Insurance Commissioners


  • Establish and manage strategic information security program
  • Create and maintain documentation
  • Information security policy/procedures, incident response plans, BC/DR plans


  • Monitor regulatory changes and help ensure ongoing compliance
  • Examples: New York 23 NYCRR 500 financial regulations, South Carolina Insurance Data Security Act


  • Evaluate compliance with 3rd party frameworks and best practices
  • Examples: NIST Cybersecurity Framework CSF, ISO 27001

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