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In 2016 NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) designated Cyberspace as the 5th warfare dimension after land, sea, air and space. Cyberspace in recent years has become a unique theatre of operations where new and emerging adversaries can have as much impact as an established, nation-state sponsored threat actor, where cross-discipline, technical supremacy is seen as the key indicator of an adversaries threat quotient regardless of its size.
The internet has opened up the opportunity for anyone with a basic, requisite set of technical expertise to learn and develop technical competency in a range of attack vectors, from generally unsophisticated brute force attacks, all the way through to developing low level, zero-day exploits targeting critical network infrastructure. What has become apparent is that where it may have taken years to develop a new kinetic weapons system for conventional warfare, the same constraints do not apply to the development of offensive malicious toolsets. The velocity of adversarial technical progression is on an exponential trajectory. The ease of access to knowledge, tools and the prevalence of stealth capabilities means that the possibility of an active threat faced by businesses of all sizes, industries and territories is not a matter of if, but when.
The threat landscape is developing at an ever-accelerating pace. Cyber-attacks are often reported against large multi-national organisations that often have the expertise and resources required to effectively defend and ultimately recover against such attacks, but the same cannot be said for small to medium enterprises (SMEs) which are often seen as soft targets for which the effects of a cyber-attack can be catastrophic and almost certainly, terminal.
We saw beyond the curve and developed a series of services to help such organisations like yours, to develop their defensive capabilities regardless of budget. We learned from our experience of defending mission-critical networks against highly complex and sustained cyber attacks so that we can help those organisations that may not be able to effectively defend themselves. We offer the right support, guidance, and structure to wrap these organisations in a suit of armour and give them a fighting chance to defend their business.
Cyber Defence Operations Limited is a limited company registered in England and Wales. registered number: 12118657. Registered office: 71-75 Shelton Street, London, WC2H 9JQ. ‘CyDefOps’ and ‘CDO’ are trading names used by Cyber Defence Operations Limited. Copyright © - All Rights Reserved.
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