What We DO:
Cybersecurity is a large and complex topic, which is why finding a trusted and knowledgeable guide is so important.
At 51Sec, we have over a decade of experience in cybersecurity concerns, from building security programs to implementing security controls that integrate with the daily operations of your teams. Regardless of your company’s size, culture, or project, 51Sec can help you with whatever cybersecurity concerns you may have, including:
- Vulnerability Scanning
- Security Assessment and best practices
- Threat modeling
- Cloud migration
- Security vendor selection
- “Second opinion” penetration test reviews
- Phishing training and simulation
- … and more!
We offer a flexible hourly rate for services, and can work on a per-hour or per-project basis, depending on your needs. Contact us today to see how we can help answer any questions you may have around implementing and integrating cybersecurity at your organization.
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