How We Help Clients
“The results we’ve received from NetSPI are higher quality – they’re real issues and not just automated scan results… Since the results are a much higher quality, our team doesn’t have to spend significant time filtering through the results. We only get the important issues – so our time and energy are focused on what matters.”
“Prior to deploying Resolve, we relied on a collection of manual processes to manage our vulnerability data. There was no workflow capability and the process required a tremendous amount of manual effort. The Resolve solution allowed us to streamline the process, providing a one-stop shop for our vulnerability triage processes.”
“NetSPI has worked exceptionally well with all groups within MnSCU to ensure that policy and recommendations apply to all of the very different groups in our organization. NetSPI’s strong understanding of organizational requirements, IT, and IT security, have made them a key resource in developing and implementing portions of our security program.”
“Partial or piecemeal solutions don’t provide the kind of protection you need. Real security doesn’t leave gaps that can be exploited. And it has to be an ongoing process because threats keep evolving and threat avoidance has to evolve as well.”
“NetSPI has done an excellent job understanding risk and compliance and creating usable solutions at Graco. NetSPI has integrated with the Internal Audit group and provided significant value to Graco’s IS staff. The value of NetSPI is based on its strong technical insights, a comprehensive understanding of Internal Audit, and their realistic recommendations for remediation.”
“NetSPI found some gaps in the firewall rules and drove the workflow in making the necessary changes. In the future, we look forward to working with NetSPI to potentially have an automated solution for mandated vulnerability reviews.”
NetSPI was engaged to do an anonymous scenario-based red team attack against the client’s internal network. This project was designed to test the client’s detective and response capabilities, identify vulnerabilities and escalation paths, and prove that full network compromise was possible in a short period of time.
A fast-growing telecommunications provider turned to NetSPI for practical recommendations that could be implemented quickly to improve its threat and vulnerability management (TVM) program and mitigate risk. NetSPI developed a threat and vulnerability program that could be self-managed, continuously benchmarked, and enhanced.