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Information Security

In this age of Technology advancement, computer and information technology have not only brought convenience to citizens in modern life but also for policemen & various Government officials of the nation to fight crime through various modus operandi. Indian Cyber Army has been dedicated in fighting cyber crime & information security, striving to maintain law and order in cyberspace so as to ensure that everyone remains digitally safe.




Expert penetration testers of Indian Cyber Army for information security conduct comprehensive in-depth assessments of IT systems, with the owner’s permission, revealing hidden secrets in the same way as real attackers do. We help to transform the technical findings into immediately actionable remediation steps – aiming to protect your needs and hard-won reputation.
Our penetration testing service involves an active analysis of the asset for any potential security vulnerability. This could result from poor or improper configuration, both known and unknown hardware or software flaws, and operational weaknesses in process or technical countermeasures. The analysis is carried out to simulate real-life cyber attacks from the position of a potential attacker and can involve active exploitation of It security vulnerabilities.


Regular penetration testing reports showing either complete system status or changes since your last vulnerability scan are provided by our dedicated information security experts. We reduce your administrative and maintenance burdens so you can better focus on protecting your assets and, most importantly, reducing business risk. Managed vulnerability scanning is vital to identify and re mediate vulnerabilities within your IT environment, before hackers can gain exploit them. And overall can reduce and manage risk on an on-going basis to prevent cyber-attacks on external-facing networks. However it is recommended to carry out vulnerability scanning alongside regular penetration testing, to ensure all bases are covered.


A security audit is a means by which the ongoing level of performance of an organization’s Information security can be monitored and it allows for the investigation and pinpointing of chosen trends and specific security incidents. Various kinds of It security audit features exist in all modern computing platforms, such as security event logs and journals of database activity. Less commonly found are the audit tools that allow a level of merging or consolidation of information across different platforms.
The security audit looks at two broad categories of information. The first is the static data, such as system definitions, protocols used, password rules, firewall definitions and the like, whereas the second category of this kind of data security software deals with the activities that have taken place. Access to databases, transfer of files, and when and where users log on are just some of the more common items viewed in the security audit.