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Enterprise Resilience Solutions

Endpoint Security

PCs, tablets, mobile phones, IoT devices – they’re all endpoints, and their numbers are growing.  Some of the endpoints on your enterprise network are corporate, but roughly two-thirds of employees use personal devices at work. Not only is every endpoint a target for hackers, each one is also susceptible to unintentional information sharing and user

Cloud Security

Managing security across your enterprise infrastructure is already a challenge – but adding cloud to the mix introduces significant new levels of risk. Business, IT and security teams often lack alignment on an enterprise-wide cloud strategy. Additionally, traditional security policies and technologies offer little protection in cloud environments.

Enterprise Resilience

Cyber resilience lies at the intersection of cyber readiness (preparedness for if an attack happens); and cyber recovery (a more rapid return to a secure state when the inevitable happens). Readiness hardens your organization’s defenses to help minimize the impact of a potential cyberattack. Recovery gets you back to a secure state of full operation.

Cyber Strategy and Roadmap

Cyber Strategy and Roadmap offering helps you establish a holistic cyber strategy program that aligns with your business needs and risks. We include stakeholders across your organization, ensure you can measure and reduce cyber risks and provide you with options you can act on.

Cyber Recovery Solution

Assuming an eventual breach is the new reality with threats exploding in volume and velocity. Optiv’s Cyber Recovery Solution (CRS) helps identify and protect mission-critical assets, which enables rapid recovery to a secure state when an attack inevitably happens.

Digital Access Management

Running a thriving business means ensuring that those who need to access your system resources (including employees, partners and customers) can do so in a seamless way for them and a secure way for you and your data. However, you aren’t guaranteed to meet these requirements without a centralized view or control over applications and

Identity Advisory Serivces (Identity Services)

Identity and access management (IAM) refers to the people, processes and technology used to create, manage, authenticate, control and remove the permissions a user (internal, external or customer) has when working with an organization’s technology resources. IAM helps manage user interactions and decrease the chances of a cyber incident launched through abused credentials. Common components

Identity Governance and Administration

As enterprise cloud adoption continues to soar, the notion of protecting a network’s perimeter just doesn’t cut it anymore. The new cloud-based reality requires an equally novel approach to ensure that the right users have the right access to the right systems, applications and data.

AppSec Assessment

Software vulnerabilities. They’re still a huge target for attackers. Even after leveraging regular testing, code reviews and the best scanning tools, your security team may still be struggling to find and remediate vulnerabilities. And this puts your organization at risk.

Fusion Center/ Next Gen SOC

Your organization has adopted innovations that change how you operate. But has your security operations program kept up? Just treating symptoms isn’t sustainable. Instead, it’s time to mature and elevate your security operations via innovation that has the right balance of people, processes, and technologies to reduce risk, optimize spending, improve maturity, and most importantly,

Managed XDR (MXDR)

MXDR is the most advanced threat detection and response available today. It builds on previous generations (like MDR and XDR) to increase protection across your attack surface. Leveraging human and machine analysis, it provides 24×7 monitoring and detection, rapid investigation and mitigation, and expert threat identification and hunting.

Vulnerability Management

Vulnerability management refers to the process of discovering, classifying, prioritizing, remediating, reporting and responding to software and network security vulnerabilities. Identified vulnerabilities may be remediated in several ways, including patching, software reconfiguration or security policy updates.

Incident Readiness

The objective [of incident readiness] is to limit the damage of the security incident and reduce recovery time and costs.*  These outcomes are well worth an investment in readiness. Take the first step by getting a clear picture of current capabilities and security gaps, especially those not spotted by your staff. The longer gaps exist,

Incident Response

Organizations of all sizes need up-to-date, tested detection and response capabilities to thwart attackers and reduce risk. Our incident response programs enable enterprise security leaders to strengthen in-house capabilities and provide options that professional services firms can recommend to their clients.


Detects Threats Improve awareness through threat intelligence and knowledge of adversary tactics to detect and mitigate threats before they become a crisis.   Reduces Impact Decrease the likelihood of an attack through a defense structure that effectively integrates network security tools, automation and subject matter expertise.   Improves Resilience Create a proactive ransomware plan spanning

Threat Intelligence

Threat intelligence is the collective body of knowledge organizations use to understand the cyber threats they face. This knowledge set includes: All known evidence on threat actors worldwide (nation-states, criminals, hacktivists, etc.), including their motivations, goals and political-economic contexts The tactics, techniques and procedures they use Public and private analyses regarding these entities and the evolving landscape

Security Maturity

Maturity models represent an industry-recognized standard for specified cybersecurity capabilities. They allow organizations to objectively measure their security maturity, regardless of who the assessor may be.


To be certain your security system has everything required to protect your data, IoT devices and system access, it’s necessary to keep up with compliance regulations. It’s really the only move in the playbook. The healthcare industry brims with requirements, and compliance also plays a crucial role in bolstering cloud security and consumer protection.

PCI DSS Compliance

If your organization accepts, stores or transmits cardholder data (CHD), it must comply with the PCI DSS standard. This requires annual validation/proof by most merchant processors and is a way of demonstrating that your environment is secure. Based on the number of card transactions you complete annually, you’ll need a self-assessment questionnaire OR an independent

Risk Automation and Reporting

There are plenty of more productive ways for our clients to spend their time than auditing, compliance testing and measuring successes. These are time-consuming pursuits that can cost more effort than they’re worth. Huntmetrics’s Risk Automation program makes it easy to repeatedly define, assign, track and resolve audit and compliance issues to achieve IT and

Third Party Risk Management

The digital transformations many organizations are experiencing means the corresponding risk renaissance is gaining in complexity and scope. Business risk and IT are closer than ever, the cloud is increasingly integral and customer interaction happens in myriad ways.  

Data Governance

A by-product of today’s digital business, data is everywhere throughout your ecosystem. Discovering where that data resides is a crucial first step to knowing how to manage it.  

Data Privacy

In today’s digital world, consumer and proprietary corporate information are valuable business assets. As the regulatory landscape continues to escalate with new data privacy compliance mandates imminent, regulatory readiness will prove challenging.

Data Protection

As digital initiatives shift applications and users to the cloud and mobile platforms, modern organizations are faced with even more data growth, in more places. The constant threat of unauthorized access across this expanding attack surface places sensitive consumer and organizational information at higher risk.