Cybersecurity Testing

Our goal is to reduce your risk of getting hacked

Expertise
Our security engineers are all certified by recognized authorities
Efficiency
We offer fixed fee pricing to keep your expenses predictable
Experience
Our security engineers all have substantial experience in high-risk industries like financial services

We test and evaluate the security of your IT infrastructure

We specialize in information security examinations of:

  • Law Firms
  • Medical Professionals
  • Non-Bank Financial Services Companies

and other SMBs

Fixed Prices for Basic Testing

Basic Test One
External Vulnerability Assessment (EVA)
US$1,999

Includes:

1 domain or external IP address

Penetration and other testing by certified security engineer

Detailed report of vulnerabilities (if any)

2 hrs of support

Follow up confirmatory testing available at add’l cost

Basic Test Two
Internal Vulnerability Assessment (IVA)
US$2,999

Includes:

1 internal network or subnet

Delivery of testing device

Penetration and other testing by certified security engineer

Detailed report of vulnerabilities (if any)

2 hrs of support

Follow up confirmatory testing available at add’l cost

Combined Tests
External and Internal Vulnerability Assessments
US$4,999

Includes:

1 domain or external IP address

1 internal network or subnet

Delivery of testing device

Penetration testing by certified security engineer

Detailed report of vulnerabilities (if any)

2 hrs of support

Follow up confirmatory testing available at add’l cost

Advanced Examinations

Tailored to Your Specific Business Needs

  • Policy and Procedure Drafting and Implementation
  • Disaster and Pandemic Risk Recovery Planning
  • Business Continuity Planning
  • Data Classification and Handling
  • Mock Cyberattacks
  • Vendor Management and Monitoring
  • Change Management and Control 
  • Physical Security Planning and Facilities Management
  • Simulated Audits to Prepare for Actual Audits
  • Social Engineering and Phishing Attacks
  • Complex Penetration Testing
  • Vendor Audits

Cybersecurity threats can come from many internal and external sources

Preventing breaches to client, patient, customer, employee, and other sensitive data is not only necessary to avoid liability and expensive business disruptions, but it is also crucial for your reputation.

In addition, many industries — such as medical, legal, accounting, banking, and other financial services — are subject to regulatory and other requirements that mandate cybersecurity protocols.

Cybersecurity testing allows you to assess the strengths and risks to your system.  Through a variety of methods, we attempt to identify potential information security vulnerabilities in your organization.

You can then shore-up areas that hackers may try to exploit, before they do.  

We Help you comply with your data security obligations

Ethical and other professional requirements to maintain confidentiality, privacy, and information security

GLBA, HIPAA, SOX, and various USA state laws and regulations

U.S. Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity frameworks

International Organization for Standardization (ISO/IEC) 27000 family for Information Security Management Systems

Our Methodology

We use industry-standard cybersecurity testing methodologies, as well as additional proprietary methodologies.

Our minimally intrusive process involves working with our clients to conduct our examination without disrupting their normal flow of business.

Normally done in off-hours, we run a series of penetration and vulnerability tests from our offsite location. These remote tests are compiled, analyzed and validated.

The end product is an easily understandable report that provides detailed information about your potential security risks, and recommendations on how to close the gaps.

More specifically, we use a well-established and standard approach consisting of the following seven (7) main elements:

·  Pre-engagement Interactions

·  Intelligence Gathering

·  Threat Modeling

·  Vulnerability Analysis

·  Exploitation

·  Post Exploitation

·  Reporting

The initial phase involves certified security engineers who work behind the scenes in order to get a better understanding of the tested organization. The process moves forward to include technical penetration and vulnerability testing and examination, and finally to the reporting.

A follow up test is recommended, after fixes have been applied.  This allows you to determine whether any issues remain.

The entire process is designed to work in a manner that is easy and makes sense to the customer, and provides the most value.

Contact Us to Get Started

Please complete our online form, or contact our Main Office:

Incubator LLC

ATTN:  Cybersecurity Testing

105 W. Madison

18th Floor

Chicago, Illinois  60602

USA

(844) GO-INCUB [464-6282]

info@IncubatorLLC.com