JST offers a full service, customized Network review to ensure that your data and devices, when at rest or at use, are secure. With network security and architecture reviews to network traffic flow analysis and full network security assessment programs, we aim to provide a full view of your network security. JST has experience with the entire range of network and computer security issues faced by businesses. From writing and implementing security policies and procedures and conducting periodic network audits for security vulnerabilities to tracking security breaches and working with local and national law enforcement to identify computer criminals, JST has the computer and network security expertise to help your business. Security threats evolve constantly and every network is vulnerable–and yet a surprising number of IT security managers take unacceptable risks with their company networks and information. Our Network Security services offers a variety of popular pre-audits to assess compliance with HITECH, HIPAA, PCI and other regulations and enable clients to address findings before the formal audit–thereby avoiding audit failures and fines. In this service domain we offer both Internal and External threat protection for our clients around the world.

 Internal Threat Security:

Employee negligence and even malicious insider actions represent a growing attack vector for networks and databases. Insider actions can be a source of vulnerability for a variety of reasons—from inadequate or infrequent employee training, to staff downsizing and budget cuts. Our Internal Vulnerability Assessment services are a vital step in securing your assets by helping you to identify and resolve internal vulnerabilities before they can be exploited. We ensure that your network is evaluated professionally and thoroughly. On completion of work, a comprehensive report is compiled to document internal vulnerabilities detected, and their potential for abuse. Specific remedial actions are recommended and prioritized so that your team can promptly address the most significant vulnerabilities.

External Threat Security:

Client assets extend far beyond network, website, email server, firewall, router and switch hardware and software. As the core of all business transactions, information assets must be tightly guarded and effectively protected. Only by conducting regular External Penetration and Internal Vulnerability testing can an organization ensure that information and network assets remain safeguarded from unauthorized access and abuse. Timely and regular External Penetration and Internal Vulnerability testing will reveal these and a host of other risks and enable you to take the necessary actions to neutralize them. Importance of Safeguarding Data Hackers come in all shapes and sizes, operating individually or in organized cyber gangs to find and exploit gaps in security programs. Their prize may be your client lists, customer credit card information, employee compensation data, student or patient information, competitive business plans–even your email addresses. Their goal may be to embarrass your organization by defacing your website, crash your corporate servers, or resell your valuable corporate secrets. This threat is real, ongoing, and extremely costly.

24/7 Cyber Security Operation Center
Managed Web Application Firewall
Real Content Delivery Network
SIEM Threat Detection
Instant Malware Removal
Website Hack Repair
Full Blacklist Removal
Daily Malware & Vulnerability Scan
Website Acceleration
DDoS Protection
Bot Protection
Vulnerability Removal

Evolving threats and continuous attacks on your network and applications demand the most rigorous security testing possible. Only then can you have the confidence that your data and your customers’ data is safe and secure. This means probing for vulnerabilities using the most sophisticated Penetration Test possible. It’s the best way to prove you are prepared for malicious attacks.

Not only is it mandated by most regulatory/compliance requirements, it’s also the most cost-efficient way to simulate a real life attack. JST provides a full suite of technical testing services to meet both your compliance needs as well as broader security best practice expectations. Our certified experts dig deep to identify and exploit discovered vulnerabilities. Our process goes beyond a simple vulnerability assessment and includes hands-on testing to uncover system or software configuration flaws, operational security lapses and insufficient countermeasures.

Our team has significant operational and ethical hacking experience. We have a proven track record of successful testing to every engagement. We use only certified cyber security professionals who are matched with your unique environment, application or service based on their technical capabilities. We’ll design the testing around your business and its particular challenges, then deliver actionable recommendations you can implement.

We perform the following Pen tests as in when required:

Network and Infrastructure Penetration Testing Services

Infrastructure penetration testing identifies security weaknesses in your network, as well as the devices within the network. Our testers search to identify flaws such as out of date software, missing patches, improper security configurations, weak communication algorithms, command injection, etc. Infrastructure penetration tests often include the testing of firewalls, switches, virtual and physical servers, and workstations.

Web Application Penetration Testing Services

Web applications often process and/or store sensitive information including credit cards, personal identifiable information (PII), and proprietary data. Applications are an integral business function for many organization, but with that functionality comes risk. Our penetration testers seek to obtain unauthorized access into web applications and gather sensitive information to provide visibility into the risks associated with application vulnerabilities.

Wireless Penetration Testing Services

Your wireless network may be susceptible to exterior signal bleeding. Our wireless pen testing services focus on the discovery of wireless access points, attempting to enumerate weaknesses in the wireless infrastructure. After gaining access to the wireless network, JST’s penetration testers attempt to exploit weaknesses in your network to gain access to privileged areas and demonstrate the potential impact of a wireless network breach.

Social Engineering Testing Services

Social engineering is a true assessment of an organization’s security training and awareness practices. By performing social engineering assessments of an organization’s facilities and employees, We are able to establish the baseline security posture and make recommendations for modifying and developing stronger policies and procedures.

When your company’s data isn’t properly secured, you run the risk of a cyber attack that could result in loss or corruption of business information and your client’s data that you hold. This means customer credit card numbers, confidential internal files, health records, trade secrets, financial information, and more. Your business is liable for the data it keeps, so this kind of breach could also make for some very costly litigation.

It’s also an unfortunate fact that many of the network security hazards that threaten small businesses not only come not from outside, but within their own ranks. Employees without proper training can unwittingly download malicious software or invite hackers into your company’s system, and malicious or disgruntled employees can abuse their access for their own benefit. Since you likely have neither the time nor the know-how to monitor employee internet usage and network activity, these realities can pose a very serious threat.

We secure your organization by assessing the risks and vulnerabilities and designing a suite of policies, procedures, and technologies that mitigate the areas of exposure that are open to attack from both external and internal sources. Our Security Operation Center (S.O.C.) continually monitors these systems to ensure that attacks are identified and thwarted before they can cause any damage.

Data Security refers to the process of protecting data from unauthorized access and data corruption throughout its lifecycle. Data security refers to data encryption, tokenization and key management practices that protect data across all applications and platforms.

Organizations around the globe are investing heavily in information technology (IT) cyber defense capabilities to protect their critical assets. Whether protecting a brand, intellectual capital, and customer information or providing controls for critical infrastructure, the means for incident detection and response to protect organizational interests have common elements: people, processes, and technology.

Why Data Security?

Organizations around the globe are investing heavily in information technology (IT) cyber defense capabilities to protect their critical assets. Whether protecting a brand, intellectual capital, and customer information or providing controls for critical infrastructure, the means for incident detection and response to protect organizational interests have common elements: people, processes, and technology.

Data Security Solutions

JST Business drives leadership in data security solutions with over 30 patents and 10 years of expertise. With advanced data encryption, tokenization and key management that protects data across applications, transactions, storage and big data platforms, JST Business simplifies the protection of sensitive data in even the most complex use cases.

JST Business offers a number of data security solutions including:

  • Cloud access security– Protection platform that allows you to move to the cloud securely while protecting data in cloud applications.
  • Data encryption– Data-centric and tokenization security solutions that protect data across enterprise, cloud, mobile and big data environments.
  • Hardware security module— Hardware security module that guards financial data and meets industry security and compliance requirements.
  • Key management– Solution that protects data and enables industry regulation compliance.
  • Enterprise Data Protection– Solution that provides an end-to-end data-centric approach to enterprise data protection.
  • Payments Security– Solution provides complete point-to-point encryption and tokenization for retail payment transactions, enabling PCI scope reduction.
  • Big Data, Hadoop and IoT data protection– Solution that protects sensitive data in the Data Lake – including Hadoop, Teradata, JST Business Vertica, and other Big Data platforms.
  • Mobile App Security– Protecting sensitive data in native mobile apps while safeguarding the data end-to-end.
  • Web Browser Security– Protects sensitive data captured at the browser, from the point the customer enters cardholder or personal data, and keeps it protected through the ecosystem to the trusted host destination.
  • E-mail Security – Solution that provides end-to-end encryption for email and mobile messaging, keeping Personally Identifiable Information and Personal Health Information secure and private.

In the unfortunate event your system has been compromised by an attack, JST provides digital forensics, litigation support, data recovery, evidence retrieval and investigative analysis. Proper data extraction, preservation, analysis and submittal are critical, yet difficult to achieve. A myriad of host devices might be involved and data may be tampered with or destroyed. For legal and operational reasons, technical skill and experience are invaluable. Our forensic experts utilize industry-leading methodologies and tools developed according to industry best practices and the latest regulations. We follow all legal custody procedures for admissible evidence and stand by its authenticity and legitimacy.

In the immediate aftermath of discovering a cybersecurity incident, companies often face many questions and few answers amidst a frenzy of activity.  What happened?  What should we do now?  What legal risks does the company face, and how should it protect against them?  In this fast-paced environment, it can be difficult to coordinate the activity across an incident response.  Well-intentioned actions by incident responders can easily expose the company to liability, regulator scrutiny, or a waiver of applicable legal privileges.

Instead of waiting to make critical incident response decisions in the “fog of war” that often occurs during the fast-paced events following the detection of a cybersecurity incident, organizations should think about how to respond before a cybersecurity incident actually occurs.  Responding to a cyberattack can involve a wide variety of different stakeholders such as IT and information security personnel, forensic analysts and investigators, legal counsel, communications advisors, and others.  Advance planning, including the development and execution of an incident response plan, allows a company to coordinate activities across a diverse array of different incident response work streams, and test that coordination.  Below, this post describes some key steps companies can take to respond to a cybersecurity incident in a swift, efficient, and effective manner

For any organisation affected by a cyber-attack, a clear understanding of the situation is needed to take control of the breach, avoid panic measures that can inflame the situation and put in place an effective cyber incident response plan.

We use the latest digital forensic techniques and reverse engineering to identify the source and type of attack, how it spread, and what systems data and users have been compromised. Should the worst happen, our experienced cyber incident responders are always on hand to you to remediate attacks and minimise damage to your business. By conducting a detailed post-incident review and producing clear summary reports, our experts can help to communicate the effects of a breach to relevant stakeholders and recommend short and long-term remedial actions. From malware and virus infections to brute force and social engineering, our cyber incident response team can help you to improve your response to a wide variety of attack vectors by reviewing your security technology and procedures.