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Our Services

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

  • Aug, 14

    Cyber Attack News – Mexican Banks Hacked

    The ISBuzz Post: This Post Cyber Attack News – Mexican Banks Hacked appeared first on Information Security Buzz. News broke this week that following a cyberattack, hackers were able to siphon hundreds of millions of pesos (about $15.4 million) from a number of Mexican banks, including No. 2 Banorte and others that are yet to be […]

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    Aug, 13

    Eide Bailly Gets Aggressive with Cyber Security Solutions Through New Relationship with Secuvant

    Salt Lake City and Denver—Eide Bailly, LLP announced Monday that it has entered into a formal relationship with Secuvant, LLC to supplement Eide Bailly’s current cyber security solutions. Through Eide Bailly with Secuvant, CXOs now have cyber security programs that speak to them as executives about how business-class cyber security solutions protect their true business […]

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  • Aug, 12

    Don’t Get Speared by a Cyber Attack

    Last year was the first year I taught the course Cyber Security for You and Your Clients at Scaling New Heights.  I will be teaching an updated version of this course at  this June in Atlanta.  This article is a primer to the conference looking at a very small portion of the content in order […]

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    Aug, 11

    FIND: High-precision indoor positioning framework for most wifi-enabled devices • Penetration Testing

    The Framework for Internal Navigation and Discovery (FIND) allows you to use your (Android) smartphone or WiFi-enabled computer (laptop or Raspberry Pi or etc.) to determine your position within your home or office. You can easily use this system in place of motion sensors as its resolution will allow your phone to distinguish whether you are […]

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  • Aug, 10

    UK Anti-Doping computers hit by cyber attack

    UK Anti-Doping has confirmed that its computer system was subjected to a cyber attack over the weekend. UKAD has overall responsibility for administering anti-doping in the country, and holds personal information, anti-doping records and selected medical records for the UK’s top cyclists, athletes and sportspeople. In a short statement issued on Monday, UKAD confirmed the […]

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    Aug, 9

    Cyber attack in Australia 2017: Business hit by ransomware

    The website of the NHS: East and North Hertfordshire notifies users of a problem in its network. Picture: AFP/Daniel Leal-Olivas A MASSIVE cyber attack which has hit 200,000 people in at least 150 countries has claimed its first Australian victim and authorities warn more is yet to come. The Federal Government confirmed a private business […]

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  • Aug, 8

    Cyber war: Theresa May pledges £15m to Commonwealth cyber security

    GETTY Theresa May has announced plans to commit £15m to improve cyber security in Commonwealth nations Mrs May announced the package at the start of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting taking place in London this week. She commented on the package, saying: “Cyber security affects us all, as online crime does not respect international […]

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    Aug, 7

    Cyber security report card: Why too many companies are graded ‘could do better’

    The vast majority of organisations don’t have a cyber security strategy which leaves them unable to protect against attacks due to a lack of budget and skills. Despite a year of high profile cyber security incidents including the WannaCry ransomware outbreak, many organisations still lag behind when it comes to cyber security. “As an end […]

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  • Aug, 6

    Cyber attack warnings highlight need to be prepared

    The commander of Britain’s Joint Forces Command has warned that UK traffic control systems and other critical infrastructure could be targeted by cyber adversaries – but industry experts say this is nothing new and something organisations should be preparing for. Download this free guide 3 key web security guidelines from FS-ISAC We address the ongoing […]

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    Aug, 5

    WannaCry again? Europe hit by huge cyber attack

    <p><img title=”The WannaCry attack caused global disruption in May” src=”” alt=”The WannaCry attack caused global disruption in May” /><br /><span style=”font-size: x-small;”><em><strong>The WannaCry attack caused global disruption in May</strong></em></span></p><p>A major ransomware attack on Tuesday hit computers at Russia’s biggest oil company, the country’s banks, Ukraine’s international airport as well as global shipping firm AP Moller-Maersk.</p><p>Moscow-based […]

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