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Collaborate with VLC Solutions to help alleviate malicious incursions, intercept data security threats, and append consolidated cybersecurity for your critical data.

The menace of Cybersecurity assaults has been snowballing over time and is at an all-time high. Therefore, your firm needs sturdy instrumentation to secure your data to avoid cyber risks. At VLC Solutions, you can have a reliable recourse to design a protective sheath of cybersecurity to secure critically viable data.

Strategic Services

Vulnerability Scanning:
The need to conduct an external assessment to identify inherent loopholes is growing just as the threat of new cyberattacks. VLC Solutions can enable you to objectively envision the existing risk within your organization through a multi-dimensional assessment of your cybersecurity. Stay peaceful by settling the new security concerns irrespective of the size of your business.

1. Risk & Compliance Analysis
We can empower you to recognize and resolve potential security lacunae and aid you in plugging them to reach official compliance standards. Security engineers at VLC Solutions can pitch in powerful firewall installations to avert and intercept any workflow hindrances arising out of a defective policy.

2. Valuating Vulnerability
We bring to your doorstep, vulnerability assessments that are specifically drafted to discern the existing shortcomings in your IT systems so as to steel your organization from progressing attacks.

3. Configuration Audit
A thorough analysis of the configuration of various platforms is done by the engineers at VLC to supplement you with productive inputs helping you ensure that your firm is sub-setting itself with the best industry practices to calibrate succinct cybersecurity.

Penetration Testing:
Manually evaluating the entire system of trust chains, confidence-building nexus, passwords, etc. can be undertaken by VLC’s ethical hacking team to spot ill-protected perils. VLC uses exclusive tools and techniques to demonstrate how a Threat Actor might enter your environment. We offer a unique, customized strategy for each encounter based on the most recent techniques, tactics, and processes we have seen attackers use in the field. The VLC Penetration Testing team has spent years defending the most critical networks, applications, and systems globally. Let us assist in preserving your environment.

Attack Simulation:
Security engineers at VLC can help you in simulating specialized cyberattacks and scams like phishing, cellular threats, and also physical incursions to scrutinize the existing security levels within your business.

1. Testing that Simulates a Real Assault
Organizations today confront challenges from nation-states, criminal gangs, political activists, and casual hackers, to name a few. These threat actors share a benefit despite having various objectives. VLC Cybersecurity helps simulate a real-world attack meant to conduct penetration tests outside of the usual time constraints. As a hostile attacker would, testers will watch their targets and pick the best times to launch attacks.

2. The Team
Rather than reacting, be proactive. You can check your defenses and capacity to identify penetration using meticulously designed simulated "attacks" without sustaining the loss and causing a significant disturbance to your organization.

3. Service for Breach Simulation
Organizations that want to test their entire prevention, detection, and response capability with an end-to-end assault simulation should use breach simulations.

4. Service for Simulating Adversaries
Organizations that desire an authentic experience of being subjected to a risk intelligence-led assault by actual adversaries attacking their business should use adversary simulations.


Network Detection and Response (XDR):
Using VLC Managed XDR, you can concentrate on essential security objectives instead of wasting time and resources trying to comprehend data, prioritizing warnings, or repairing damage from assaults. It's challenging to stay on top of evolving risks. Our AI-enhanced analytics platform and our knowledgeable analysts provide human context to warnings and threat vectors acquired from all endpoint feeds, including email, server, cloud, and network sources, to identify, respond to, and eliminate threats.

Compromise Assessment:
A particular kind of cyber risk assessment called a compromise assessment finds hazards hiding in an enterprise's network. First, our cybersecurity professionals look for signs of compromise (IOCs). They then thoroughly examine the results of the risk-prioritized analysis. These conclusions are shared in a paper along with suggestions for lowering the attack surface.

Analysing cyber risk exposure, such as data exfiltration and sabotage, command and control operations, irregularities in user authentication, malware persistence mechanisms, and vulnerable network host and application setups is what compromise assessment does. Compromise analysis is a step in the cyber incident response process.

1. Services of Compromise Assessment
There are two stages to a compromise evaluation by VLC Cybersecurity Services. Data gathering and preliminary threat detection comprise the first stage. The second phase entails a focused cybersecurity evaluation based on the initial findings.

2. Data Gathering and Threat Research
You are given a small set of tools in the first phase that you can use to gather information for the VLC Cybersecurity Services compromise assessment team. The collected data comprises file-system metadata from endpoints, network device log data, event and alert data, and more. Our cybersecurity specialists then normalize, contextualize, enrich, and format the data using cloud-based compromise tools and best-practices techniques. A proprietary analytics engine processes the digital forensics artifacts, and the outcomes are utilized to find hosts of interest and suspect activity for phase two, the targeted inquiry.

3. Investigative Targeting
The second phase involves receiving standalone executables from distributing to the target computers to gather comprehensive digital forensics information regarding the questionable activity detected in the first phase. When we find proof of a previous breach, VLC Cybersecurity Services compromise assessment experts can determine when, where, and how it happened and recommend how to stop it from happening again.

Our compromise assessment solution can smoothly move to incident response (IR) to track the kill chain, document exploited vulnerabilities, analyze consequences, and create remediation plans if a breach is already underway.

Incident Response:
Incident response is an organization's strategy for dealing with cyberattacks and cybersecurity problems. Minimize recovery time and expenses by limiting and eliminating damage brought on by a breach. Cyber incident response, ransomware response, business email compromise response, data breach response, and digital forensics are all included in incident response.

1. Response to Incident Plan
An organization's predefined strategy for countering a cyberattack is called an incident response plan. A summary of incident response team members, their roles and responsibilities, tools and technologies, procedures for detecting and identifying cyberattacks, methods for containing and reducing damage (such as reputational risk), and strategies for incident recovery should all be included in an incident response plan.

2. Developing an Incident Response Strategy
According to the SANS Institute checklist, an incident response plan consists of the following six steps:
  • Training: Prepare users and security personnel to handle potential security issues as part of your preparations.
  • Recognition: Establish whether a situation meets the criteria for a security incident.
  • Control: Limit the harm caused by a cybersecurity incident and isolate the impacted systems to stop further harm.
  • Elimination: Track down the problem's cause and remove the impacted systems from the working environment.
  • Recuperation: Make sure no threat is left, and then allow affected systems to return to the production environment.
  • Learnings: Keep a record of the occurrence, analyze it to conclude, and alter processes to enhance incident response in the future.


Network Detection and Response (XDR):
A secure and safeguarding endpoint strategy is dynamically important in view of the complex cyber-threat landscape unfolding in current times. A data theft disaster would cost you more than a fortune, besides massive data loss.

Modern and upgraded data defense solutions are the only answer to help intercept such huge pecuniary losses and ultimately guard your organizational reputation and credibility.

We, at VLC Solutions, are here you help you:
1. To Forecast a Future Assault
Our Endpoint Solutions will help you in estimating the next attack through the deployment of prolific technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning which use extrapolative statistics to identify specific patterns of evolving risks. This helps you to curb attacks even before they happen.

Ensure a guaranteed and authenticated workflow free of disruptions with ingenious solutions crafted by our expert VLC professionals for efficient identification and prevention of scams like ransomware, phishing, malware, etc.

2. To Secure your whole Network
It is conventionally assumed that cybersecurity planning needs to focus on externally attacking elements. But this doesn’t hold true any longer because a potential breach can approach from anywhere, including the endpoints and several networks in use.

With VLC Solutions’ cybersecurity services we can make your networks, both on-site and off-site ones, a safe haven for your authorized user pool. We articulate simple security solutions that can empower you to perceive threats approaching from anywhere.

3. To Retaliate to an Attack
VLC Solutions presents EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response) tools Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence to stimulate a continuous observation of IT environments to recognize and battle immediate data hazards.

AI and ML can give out speedy alerts through a micro-scale system of detecting minute changes in endpoint behavior, based on which your team can take damage control actions to cushion major abrasion.

Our professionals can devise a formidable response plan on the scene of a potential attack that may have managed to strike your data. Save the time and coherence of your on-site IT Team by plying on our prudent cybersecurity solutions.

Secure Remote Access:
A secure remote access strategy for an enterprise network, mission-critical systems, or confidential data is called secure remote access. It enables IT teams to give employees, and outside parties varied levels of access based on their positions and job responsibilities. Systems and applications are protected by secure remote access techniques, guaranteeing ongoing operational effectiveness.

The existing remote work trend has impacted many firms' overall security measures, and IT administrators are now managing sensitive corporate data and accessing servers from remote places. Traditional access security measures are no longer adequate to meet the expanding need for remote access. Organizations must implement protections to give employees secure remote access anytime from any device and location.

Mobile Productivity:
VLC uses AI for user behavior risk analytics and mobile threat defense. This helps shield you from the rapidly expanding threats posed by insiders, malware, and mobile phishing.

Business Continuity:
We assist firms in ensuring that proper procedures are in place and resources are deployed to help promote a smooth transition as they recover from an attack by integrating cybersecurity and business continuity planning. VLC recommends several best practices, including business impact analysis, supply chain management, cyber risk assessments, incident response plans, and regular testing, to ensure that cybersecurity is successfully incorporated into business continuity planning.

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD):
BYOD is the term used to describe the practice of employees connecting to their organizations' networks using personal devices to access work-related systems, both private and sensitive information. Among personal electronics are USB drives, PCs, tablets, and smartphones. VLC assists IT teams in deciding whether and how to encrypt personal devices and set access permissions. Most notably, we work with you to create a clear BYOD security strategy to advise and train staff on using BYOD without jeopardizing networks or organizational data.

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