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Don’t try this alone. Let us simplify your cyber security.

We’re more than just technology and security experts, Symmetry is your personal security squad. We’ll tailor build a custom security program to help evolve your cyber security posture from an unknown into a proactive asset.

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  • Comprehensive security assessments and health checks can determine how vulnerable you are, and how solid your security protocols are.
  • Custom incident response plans will outline what steps to take when you have a breach.
  • In-depth training will expose your employees to today’s threats and help them understand the critical role each of them play in remediating those threats.

In conjunction, our Cyber Security Defense Center allows you to leverage our resources of CSO-level leaders and certified security experts to step in and remediate the threat for you – without you having to lift a finger.

Security Information & Event Management (SIEM):

Symmetry’s comprehensive SIEM methodology is designed to meet compliance requirements for a range of industries (including 21CFR Part11, HIPAA, PCI and SOX). Our SIEM services include:

  • Log management and log analysis
  • Real-time detection of logon failures
  • Incident response and resolution in real-time
  • Audit support and compliance reporting

Vulnerability Management:

Don’t wait for hackers to discover the soft spots in your defenses. Our clients rely on Symmetry to identify weaknesses and fix them… before attackers get in.  We’ll keep you secure through:

  • Vulnerability scanning
  • Web application security review
  • Penetration testing

With Symmetry at your side, there’s an army of security professionals ready to support your efforts. Not sure what you need for cyber security services? Don’t worry. We’re happy to discuss the pros and cons of every option—not stopping until we find the solution that’s right for you.

Our goal is to make sure you have the best resources available if and when you need them, so your focus remains squarely on your business and not the “what if.”

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