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Malware analysis is an essential part of preventing and detecting future cyber attacks. Using malware analysis tools, our expert’s team can analyze the attack lifecycle and glean important forensic details to enhance your organization threat intelligence.
C-Soteria built an ongoing course to learn computer basics until you’ll become a professional pentester. This course includes methodology of pentesting, learn basic architecture and many more. This course provides the students the ability to enrich their knowledge on a specific topic such as Malware Analysis, Reverse Engineering, Threat Hunt and many more.
Pentesting is the ability to understand how to improve your organization security. Our expert team has proven ability in Web Application and Infrastructure pentesting to the process of recognizing and protect from many vulnerabilities.
Weaknesses in information security can jeopardize your mission, threaten your profitability, and invite fines and penalties from regulatory bodies. Our cybersecurity consultants provide services and solutions that deliver continuous security assurance for business, government, and critical infrastructure.
― Stephane Nappo
Hear a joke; there are 10 types of people- those who can understand binary and those who can't. Oppositely, the following statement is Not a joke; there is 2 type of companies, those how knows that they had a security breach, and thus that doesn't know yet.
C-Soteria specialized in discover APT attacks against organizations, discover a different threat that may harm the continuity of business of organizations and mitigate those threats that may occur.
Our business model relays on NIST 800-61r2 which provide an end to end methodology for an incident response from preparation and until recovery and fill up the gap.
organizations have experienced cyber attacks on operational technology infrastructure. (Cisco)
The most expensive component of a cyber attack is information loss, which represents 43 percent of costs. (Accenture)
Seventy-four percent of companies have over 1,000 stale sensitive files. (Varonis)
2017, overall malware variants were up by 88 percent. (Symantec)