Cyber Security

Fibercom has in its roster, Cyber Security and Information Security professionals with exceptional cyber security practical experience in cyber security projects and activities encompassing a comprehensive wide range of skills and a variety of competencies.
Network security refers to the measures and practices implemented to protect computer networks and the data transmitted within them from unauthorized access, misuse, or damage. It involves the implementation of hardware and software technologies, as well as the adoption of policies and procedures, to safeguard network infrastructure, prevent data breaches, detect and mitigate potential threats, and ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of network resources.
Application security refers to the practice of protecting software applications from potential threats and vulnerabilities. It involves implementing various measures, such as coding practices, authentication mechanisms, and access controls, to ensure that an application remains secure throughout its lifecycle. The goal of application security is to prevent unauthorized access, data breaches, and other malicious activities that could compromise the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of an application and its associated data.
Endpoint protection refers to the security measures implemented to safeguard individual devices, such as computers, laptops, smartphones, and servers, from various cyber threats. It involves using a combination of software and policies to protect these endpoints from malware, viruses, unauthorized access, and other malicious activities. Endpoint protection typically includes features like antivirus, firewall, intrusion detection/prevention, data encryption, and device control, aiming to ensure the security and integrity of individual endpoints within a network.
Data protection refers to the practice of safeguarding information from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. It involves implementing measures and protocols to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data, while respecting individuals’ rights to privacy and controlling the collection, storage, and processing of their personal information. The primary goal of data protection is to protect sensitive data against risks such as breaches, theft, or misuse, thereby promoting trust, security, and compliance in data handling practices.
IT Operations refers to the management and maintenance of an organization’s information technology infrastructure and systems. It involves overseeing the day-to-day activities related to hardware, software, networks, and services to ensure their availability, performance, and security. IT Operations teams are responsible for tasks such as system monitoring, troubleshooting, incident response, configuration management, and resource optimization. The goal of IT Operations is to ensure the reliable and efficient functioning of an organization’s IT environment to support its business operations.
Operation Security (OPSEC) refers to a set of principles and practices implemented to protect sensitive information and prevent its unauthorized disclosure. It involves identifying critical information, assessing potential threats, and implementing measures to mitigate risks and maintain confidentiality. OPSEC aims to safeguard the integrity of operations, plans, and activities, ensuring that adversaries are unable to gather valuable intelligence or exploit vulnerabilities. By implementing OPSEC measures, organizations and individuals can enhance their security posture and maintain a competitive advantage.