Your organization is unique. But all too often, cost concerns force mid-market companies to settle for cookie cutter solutions. Silent Sector provides the expertise-driven assessment, guidance, and implementation you need to stay ahead of the threat. Focusing on healthcare, financial services, technology and aerospace & defense, we provide fully customized solutions right-sized for the mid-market.
Silent Sector's unique Expertise Impact Model™ streamlines cost and response time by putting you in direct contact with the experts you need. Using an asymmetrical warfare approach based on US Army Special Forces experience, our Expertise Impact Model maximizes capabilities of your internal and external resources. This force multiplication methodology also focuses on getting the most value out of the software and hardware you already have. It’s how Silent Sector delivers the high level of proficiency typically only available to large enterprises, right-sized for the budgets of mid-market organizations who need it most.
PENETRATION TESTING & RISK ASSESSMENTS
From web application and network penetration tests, to physical intrusion testing at your company locations, we'll identify and help you remediate your attack surfaces while maintaining compliance requirements.
FULL SERVICE SECURITY DEPARTMENT
For companies without in-house security professionals, Silent Sector becomes your team, bringing you capabilities of a CISO, security engineer, security architect, compliance support, and more for a complete, budget-friendly cyber risk management solution.
EXTENSION OF YOUR INFOSEC TEAM
Cybersecurity professionals often find themselves with more requirements than time and resources. Silent Sector solves this by providing your internal team with the resources to accelerate progress while working seamlessly behind the scenes supporting your objectives.
A B2B software company had grown very quickly due to rapid market adoption of its innovative product. With the CTO and founding partner's growing responsibilities, as well as the growth of the development team, it was no longer possible ... Read More