NikSoft also works with Trustwave SpiderLabs ethical hackers, digital forensic investigators and threat hunters to help governments keep pace with evolving cyber threats.
Together, NikSoft and Trustwave provide the following services to federal, state and local governments:
- Cyber Hunt: Consists of threat hunting services that use behavioral analytics, malware fingerprinting and threat intelligence to identify indicators of compromise, malware and advanced persistent threats.
- High Value Assets (HVA) Assessments: Include Security Architecture Review (SAR) and Systems Security Engineering (SSE) assessments to identify and safeguard sensitive government data.
- Incident Response: Offers threat monitoring, detection, investigations and assessments.
- Penetration Testing: Helps governments discover security vulnerabilities, unpatched systems, misconfigurations, improper user rights and other weaknesses across databases, networks and applications.
- Risk and Vulnerability Assessment: Defines a government's risk tolerance so it can establish security best practices to comply with data security mandates.
Trustwave also offers cybersecurity solutions to intelligence, defense and civilian agencies. By doing so, Trustwave helps these agencies protect their personal information and intellectual property against cyberattacks.
Introducing Trustwave's Threat Hunting Service for Government Agencies
Trustwave last year launched Threat Hunting for Government, which provides government agencies with insights into security vulnerabilities.
Threat Hunting for Government combines Trustwave's cloud and managed security services with Trustwave SpiderLabs investigations. It allows government agencies to use behavioral analytics and threat intelligence to identify cyber threats, isolate malicious behavior and mitigate data breaches.
US Government Agencies Susceptible to Data Breaches
Seventy-one percent of U.S. federal agencies have experienced a data breach, according to a recent survey of 1,200 senior security executives conducted by cybersecurity and defense solutions provider Thales and analyst firm 451 Research. Also, 57 percent of survey respondents said their agency had been breached in the prior year.
Meanwhile, U.S. government agencies frequently deal with a lack of funding and staffing and outdated systems that increase cyber risk, Thales and 451 Research indicated. As these agencies search for ways to combat cyberattacks, they could partner with Trustwave and other MSSPs to bolster their cybersecurity strategies.