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MK Cybersecurity enables you to have a complete insight of your information system vulnerabilities through our Vulnerability Assessment, Penetration Testing and Security Code Review services. After a complete security assessment, you could make a right decision to secure your information systems and reduce your business risks.

Vulnerability Assessment

Discover vulnerabilities of your networks, operating systems and applications wherever they are (perimeter, internal networks, cloud). Regardless of the infrastructure in use, our experts will assess the security of your systems using both automatic and analytical (manual) methodologies.

Penetration Testing

Evaluation of your networks, operating systems and applications ability to withstand attacks. Our certified ethical hackers, armed with the same techniques as cyber-criminals and raise awareness about vulnerabilities and the effects of exploitation as well as end-user adherence to security policies.

Security Code Review

Examination of your web application's code performed by security specialists to identify security flaws and withstand attacks. Analyzing the code gives the opportunity to find vulnerabilities that would not be found otherwise. This service is complementary with penetration testing.

Latest news

  • Nov, 16

    Cisco warns on possible Russian massive cyber attack on Ukraine

    A massive cyber-attack is undergoing in Ukraine Cisco Systems warned, cited by Reuters. So far there have been infected at least 500,000 routers and storage devices in dozens of countries with highly sophisticated malicious software, all in preparation of an another massive cyber attack on Ukraine. Cisco’s Talos cyber intelligence unit said it has high […]

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    Nov, 15

    Over but not forgotten – lessons from SingHealth APT cyber-attack

    On 20 July 2018, it was revealed that Singapore’s health system was hit by the nation’s ‘most serious breach of personal data’ cyber-attack. A total of 1.5 million SingHealth patients’ non-medical personal data were stolen, while 160,000 of those had their dispensed medication records taken as well. On 3 August 2018, the Singapore government disclosed […]

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  • Nov, 14

    Boeing Minimizes Damage From Cyber Attack

    Boeing Minimizes Damage From Cyber Attack Boeing said on Wednesday that it was hit by a cyberattack — reportedly the WannaCry virus — potentially causing some of its manufacturing equipment that produces its newest 777X to be affected. However, after just a few hours, Boeing said the attack had been settled and damage was […]

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    Nov, 13

    Ensuring Online Safety at Work with Cyber Security Training

    The third blog in our series as part of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) focuses on the theme of workforce education and training, and awareness. Today we’re going to look at the people dimension of the people, process, and technology triad. Security professionals often complain that people are the weakest link of the three, but […]

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  • Nov, 13

    ‘Little doubt’ UK will face life-threatening cyberattack

    Hackers may target power supplies National Cyber Security Centre thwarting upwards of ten attempted breaches every week One-Minute Read There is “little doubt” that the UK will be the target of a major, life-threatening cyberattack, security experts are warning. Man strips naked to swim with sharks in aquarium Belgian mechanic accidentally destroys £22m fighter jet […]

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    Nov, 11

    OpenDoor: OWASP WEB Directory Scanner • Penetration Testing

    OpenDoor OWASP is console multifunctional websites scanner. This application finds all possible ways to login, index of/ directories, web shells, restricted access points, subdomains, hidden data and large backups. The scanning is performed by the built-in dictionary and external dictionaries as well. Anonymity and speed are provided by means of using proxy servers. The software is […]

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  • Nov, 10

    Pro-ISIS hackers threaten to launch cyber-attack today

    December 08, 2017 Pro-ISIS hackers threaten to launch cyber-attack today Pro-ISIS hackers have reportedly posted a video threatening to launch a global cyber-attack on government, military, and corporate websites today, Thursday, Dec. 8 – with the US as its first target. hacker “We will face you with a massive cyber-war,” warns the pro-ISIS group, known […]

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    Nov, 9

    SingHealth cyber-attack: now what?

    Last Friday, authorities broke the news that hackers had infiltrated the databases of SingHealth, the largest group of healthcare institutions in Singapore. The worst cyber-attack to be inflicted in Singapore, the hackers walked away with the personal data of about 1.5 million patients, including data belonging to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and a few […]

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  • Nov, 8

    Why Cyber Security is Important

    October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM). A collaboration between the US Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance, the NCSAM initiative has been working for 15 years to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity for the public and businesses alike. According to the Center for Internet Security, a non-profit working […]

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    Nov, 7

    Almost 60% of Scottish Councils Hit by Cyber Attacks – Cyber Security Helpdesk Limited – UK Cyber Incident Reponse Specialists

    Some local authorities reported being bombarded with thousands of spam emails and receiving ransom demands to decrypt data. Freedom of Information requests showed 19 of Scotland’s 32 councils experienced either attempted or successful attacks since 2014. Ransomware attacks were reported by 14 local authorities, sometimes on multiple occasions. Four councils refused to reveal any information, […]

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