A detailed explanation of Kivu’s Preemptive Pre-Breach and Post Incident Remediation Services.
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Assessments are crucial in determining the effectiveness of an organization’s current security, and in judging whether correct remediation has taken place after an incident.
It’s vital for organizations to ensure their data is protected. Kivu performs vulnerability assessments and penetration testing to identify and resolve critical security risks.
Kivu’s cyber team is experienced in protecting organizations against compromise of data, theft of trade secrets and unauthorized access to data.
As one of the most experienced data forensic providers in the cyber insurance market, Kivu has leveraged its extensive case experience to create a bundle of high value data-security services.
KECT is an agentless tool which scans networks, detecting vulnerabilities and existing threats, collecting crucial forensic data for further analysis.
The scope and complexity of cyber-threats continue to grow. An established relationship with reliable forensic experts is critical to a swift response.
We apply proprietary tools and methodologies for identifying weaknesses in an organization, validating changes, and training an organization’s IT department.
We have built a reputation combating cyber extortion and responding to cyber-crime, allowing our clients to make informed, cost-effective decisions.
Kivu’s EU operations are headquartered in Amsterdam with partners in the UK, Germany and Poland.
As organizations move more data across numerous devices, operating and shared platforms they can be more vulnerable to data theft and potential liability. Kivu’s will address these vulnerabilities.
Kivu utilizes a rigorous approach to translate raw computer data into specific individuals’ identities. enabling our analysts to find hidden landmines sooner.
Kivu has provided the forensic analysis in dozens of healthcare data breaches, including the largest breach on the West Coast in 2014.
Kivu has developed court-tested protocols for preserving data from a multitude of Mac computer devices, including the elegant all-in-one iMac and the first generation MacBook Air.