UK’s Leading IT Security Services Company
Cyphere are a UK-based security services company providing pen testing and managed security services around eCommerce, Fintech, IT, Healthcare, Education sectors.
- Extensive focus on service quality.
- We take account of your business context and ensure it’s reflected in our proposals.
- Demonstrating independent approach towards work that is free from products or other inclinations.
A secure cyber sphere for every organisation we connect with.
As a UK based IT security services business, our flexibility, engagement process and delivery approach often surprises customers. This is based on excellent communication, easy operational style and open two-way dialogue with all contacts. In the offensive cyber security domain, it’s all about your thought process. By thinking like an adversary, we understand the tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) used by attackers to bypass corporate defenses in place.
Our Pen Testing Services
- Protect your business against evolving network & infrastructure threats
- Check services, patching, passwords, configurations & hardening issues
- Internal, external, network segregation & device reviews
- PCI DSS, ISO 27001, GDPR Compliance support
- Helps shape IT strategy & investments
Recent Blog Entries
Web applications across the digital world are teeming with vulnerabilities increasingly equipped to defeat security mechanisms. Among them are injection attacks. We are aware of …
To stay ahead of the expanding regulatory requirements, organisations must adopt a security-first approach to cybersecurity including privileged account management.
Vulnerable websites are built for beginners who are learning ethical hacking to test their skills. We have mentioned a few of such best sites in our article.
Learn about vulnerability exploitation which is when an attacker uses certain techniques, pieces of code or methods to take advantage of an existing vulnerability and target the IT system.
Our other blogs and articles are primarily security-focused – this is non-technical yet relevant, one of the issues that I felt and intended to explore …