Credo Cyber Consulting has decades of experience working with small, privately-owned businesses, advising Fortune 500 security teams, and working alongside public organizations.

Vulnerability Assessments & Reporting

What does your security structure look like today, and are your security actions in service to how you want your company to grow? Our vulnerability assessment service includes assessing your security procedures and employee agreements, observing how communication channels are used internally and externally, and identifying any gaps in your processes that may hinder your company’s growth or compliance with security standards. Security health checkups identify your organization’s specific security strengths, weaknesses, and threats. We will provide a full report of our findings and help you source the solutions needed to strengthen your security posture.

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Corporate security awareness & continued education

The majority of a company’s security vulnerabilities occur between your employee’s keyboard and their chair. As security threats evolve, so must your policies and communication practices with your employees and partners. We will craft customized, approachable, actionable employee training materials and education sessions for you to share with new hires or for continuing education for your existing employees and show the value of why security is important and how it connects to their role within your entire operation.

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Talks, keynotes, panels

Credo Cyber Consulting travels across the country to educate our industry colleagues and private organizations on the need for a unified security platform. Our speaking engagements speak to how investment in smart security programs helps, not hinders, business objectives.

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Building security programs, policies, and procedures

Foster a culture of security at your organization. We will work with your organization to build a solid foundation of security practices and policies. First, we will sit down together to look at the mission and goals of your organization, identify your security objectives, and build policies from there. Through this process, we will confirm your immediate security needs and the tools or processes to address them and set your organization up for long-term success.

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Virtual Ciso

Take a proactive approach to your information security risk management. Virtual CISO offerings are cost-effective ways to bring in outside counsel to build programs that will provide security against ransomware attacks and hacking and create smart policies and procedures to manage sensitive data and your operations. We will look at your entire operation, from routers to databases, access control, and how HR stores private employee information. As your vCISO, we will serve your leadership team as a trusted advisor.

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Regulatory Compliance readiness

We will help you build regulatory compliance frameworks and conduct forensic data accounting for any upcoming regulatory audits. Our specialties include GDPR, CCPA, PCI DSS, NIST, HIPPA, SOX, FedRAMP, ISO, HITRUST, and CMMC.

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Sourcing Security Tools and Services

Credo Cyber Consulting partners with organizations specializing in penetration testing, vulnerability scanning, phishing simulations, and post-incident forensic investigation. We will help you identify the services and tools you need to accomplish your security goals.

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Social Media Policy & Byond Consulting

With the advent of a digital workplace, more companies are allowing employees to work from any time, anywhere, and on any device. BYOD policies need to be updated to reflect our future of work, for example, setting boundaries for employees who store personally identifying information on their work devices. Your company’s marketing team may need a refresh on social media security vulnerabilities, especially if they use personal devices to manage corporate accounts. Our “work from anywhere” culture also means that employee-issued devices need additional security considerations, such as creating a “clean desk policy” for those days when employees want to work from home or on a public network such as at a library or café.

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