"Suspecting and knowing are not the same."
Rick Riordan

Information Security nowadays requires more than just knowing the bits and bytes, or the controls required by a given framework by heart.

Ensuring business continuity requires a new, higher level of awareness as part of the company culture, and a comprehensive understanding of risks associated with the data processing, transmitting and warehousing sides of your business.

Information Security is one of several business risks that management must address as part of its day-to-day responsibilities.

The simplest and most efficient solution to avoiding a major incident is incorporating Information Security into the day-to-day operations of the institution and making it part of the culture.

The success of this approach is directly dependent on management's commitment to set the "tone from the top" and provide effective leadership for the program.

When it comes to Information Security, what you don't know can hurt you and your organization.

Senior leaders must understand what's at risk, how information is protected and what their institutions or agencies are doing to maintain regulatory compliance.

- (AKA Pentesting) will help you comprehend how hackers can exploit your systems and the probable reasons behind cyber attacks.

- (AKA DDoS Attack Stress Testing) measures the resiliency of your public-facing services to DDoS Attacks and helps you decide what counter measures to take.

- Defines, identifies, and classifies the security holes (vulnerabilities) in a computer, network, or an entire communications infrastructure.

- assess the current condition of Information Security in the business and to plan timely actions in order to increase the level of security.

- Cyber forensics can be invaluable in dealing with a rogue or ill-intended employee or ex-employee.