From cybersecurity to physical security, we test your environment and provide actionable feedback to get you where you need to be.
Infiltration Labs provides training to your organization to learn how to prevent, detect, and respond to all types of cyber-attacks, from malware or ransomware and data breaches to malicious insiders and everything in-between.
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In the wake of a cyber-incident or data breach, Infiltration Labs’ Incident Response team offers quick answers and actionable solutions that allow you to do what you do best—focus on your business.
Incident Response is an organized approach to addressing and managing the aftermath of a security breach or attack (also known as a cyber-incident). The goal is to handle the situation in a way that limits damage and reduces recovery time and costs.
Infiltration Labs has responded to incidents including network intrusions, ransomware, cyber-extortion, social engineering and phishing schemes. As part of our incident response services, we attempt to pinpoint the root cause of the incident, identify all affected systems, minimize the impact through containment, and work with your organization to establish a viable remediation strategy. We not only help minimize the duration and impact of a security breach, but we also provide guidance on managing the entire incident, including corporate communications and working with law enforcement agencies, and other external parties.
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Don’t allow data to continue leaving your environment. Engage a team that can get you answers quickly, and that will work with you to identify gaps in your security posture order to prevent future incidents.
Social engineering is the psychological manipulation of people into performing actions or divulging confidential information. It relies heavily on human interaction and often involves tricking people into breaking normal security procedures
Our team will work with you to choose the right scenarios to test your organization in order to prevent real world attackers from circumventing the security controls you have in place. These services are available as individual services or as part of a more comprehensive “Red Team” test.
A social engineering test is security through education, and uses the same tactics an attacker would use to try and infiltrate your organization and exploit it. Phone, internet, and physical techniques are leveraged to identify vulnerabilities and gaps in your employees’ security awareness.
Benefits of social engineering test include:
Using the latest techniques employed by attackers, our social engineering services evaluate the diligence of your employees against "phishing" and "vishing" threats that exploit trust and lack of security awareness.
“Phishing” is the attempt to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details, often for malicious reasons, by posing as a trustworthy person or company in an electronic communication.
“Vishing” is the act of utilizing the telephone in an attempt to convince the user into surrendering private information. The visher usually poses as a legitimate business, and fools the victim into thinking he or she will profit.
Phishing: Click and Log - deploys simulated phishing emails to a predetermined population of your employees to test whether they click on malicious links or perform actions that they shouldn't. This test is meant to trick unwitting, uninformed employees into performing actions that, had it been a real attacker, could have exposed the organization to potential risk. This is not intended to be a disciplinary action but rather an opportunity to test, train, and empower your employees.
Phishing: Endpoint Attack – tests user security awareness by manipulating individuals in your organization to perform malicious actions or provide sensitive information over email. The content used in these scenarios ranges from generic, spam-like messages to client-specific emails that are designed to appear to originate from internal users, third-party service providers, or clients.
Vishing: Phone – the telephone equivalent of phishing, vishing uses verbal communication to entice employees into divulging sensitive information like passwords or schedules, or to connect to malicious URL's or execute malicious software that gives attackers access to the network or computer.
A vulnerability assessment is a process that defines, identifies, and classifies the security vulnerabilities in a computer, network, or communications infrastructure.
Infiltration Labs can help you locate your organization’s security weak spots by evaluating its computer systems, applications, and networks for security vulnerabilities that are most likely to be leveraged by attackers to compromise your computer, network, or infrastructure.
Are you unsure whether your organization is, or has been, the victim of a cyber-attack? Infiltration Labs’ compromise assessment service allows you to evaluate your digital environment to determine or confirm whether a security breach has occurred, and if so, whether it resulted in the loss of sensitive information such as trade secrets, payment card data, or personally identifiable information of your clients or employees.
Infiltration Labs is a cybersecurity company dedicated to helping both small and large organizations protect themselves from cyber threats and data breaches. We conduct proactive and reactive cyber-measures to help our clients across all industries to secure their most valuable asset – information. Before or after an incident, we provide real time solutions and actionable steps to protect your organization’s data–and reputation.
The team at Infiltration Labs includes penetration testers, incident responders, and digital forensic investigators that have conducted security assessments and digital forensics for both federal government and private sector investigations. Your company’s security is our top priority.
Bryan Barnhart is the owner/operator of Infiltration Labs. Bryan has 18 years of information security and physical security experience in the public and private sectors. His experience includes conducting digital forensics and hacking investigations from small business to Fortune 500 companies, insider threat investigations, Incident Response Plan development and testing, vulnerability assessments, and Red Team engagements. Prior to entering the private sector, Bryan was a police detective assigned to the United States Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force where he investigated data breaches, corporate hacks, identify theft, child exploitation, and fraud.