Large amount of assets and sensitive personal and financial information are at risk of being compromised by cyber attacks. Dark Sky Defense helps mitigate cyber risk, provides cyber investigations, and cyber monitoring.
Dark Sky Defense
Blue Team Assessments
The goal of blue teaming is to ensure that an organization's networks and systems are secure and that its data is protected. Working closely with red teams, we acquire, analyze, and simulate attacks on networks to find vulnerabilities.
DSD is our preeminent trade secret in deep dives into cyber crimes. Our DSD project is routinely used for cyber fraud, intellectual property infringement, causation of cybersecurity incidents, network intrusions, and insider threats.
Dark Sky Defense provides managed cybersecurity services to law firms, institutions such as museums, family offices and wealth managers.
Red Team Assessments
Although not specific to Dark Sky Defense Services, Red teaming exercises can take many forms, including simulated cyber attacks, physical security breaches, and social engineering attacks. The goal of red teaming is to expose weaknesses in an organization's defenses and to help improve its overall security posture.
Internet of Things
DSD IoT forensics collects, analyzes, and interprets digital evidence from IoT devices for the purpose of an investigation. IoT forensics may be used to identify the cause of an IoT-related incident, such as a data breach or a system failure, and to gather evidence to support a criminal or civil case.
E-discovery is an important tool in the legal process, as it allows parties to identify and exchange relevant electronic information that may be used in a case. It is often used in civil litigation, such as in employment disputes or intellectual property cases, as well as in criminal cases.
THE THREAT IS REAL
Of the many clients we serve, -34%. met a significant cyber incident in 2022.
In 2021 21,000 people in the United States reported losses to the F.B.I. of over .$475 million. in 21,000 romance scams.
Phishing scams represented nearly 35% of all reported cybercrime-related financial losses last year to the tune of -$6.9 billion .