FusionX: Persistent Cyber Risk Management for the Enterprise

FusionX is a firm made up of long term friends and trusted associates who I have served with for over a decade (including close friends Matt Devost and Tom Parker). I know them well and consider them to be among the most trusted actors in cyber security. Their methods and models help enterprises discover and mitigate risk and enhance overall security posture.

Here is a bit more on what they do:

  • Cyber Risk Management: FusionX has years of proven past performance, something that is hard to come by and too frequently missing from other firms that would like to be in this space. Their background of very high quality work includes helping customers identify risk management strategies focused on mitigating current and emerging threats while protecting intellectual property and maintaining efficient business operations.
  • Incident Response: When the bad guys succeed in tricking one of your employees into doing something bad, or when malicious code finds it way into a seam into your network, or when a zero day exploit results in a loss, you need professional incident response. FusionX has developed methods after years of hands-on experience that will enable you to rapidly respond to any incident, and them implement long term strategies to prevent future compromise.
  • Vulnerability Assessments and Penetration Testing: Building on a 20 year legacy in providing vulnerability assessments, FusionX has comprehensive methods that will give you the information you need to reduce your vulnerabilities and attack surface. These methods include tools but more importantly include the most savvy security engineers.
  • Incident Discovery and Security Management: Most enterprises today lack the ability to determine if a sophisticated adversary has compromised their network or IT resources. The FusionX team has helped confirm adversary action and works to mitigate incidents after discovery.

FusionX is the team to reach out to when you need world-class-best talent. I would recommend establishing a relationship with FusionX now, instead of waiting till you are in a crisis. When things go bad you want FusionX on your team.

For more information see http://fusionx.com

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