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Expert Services

Offensive Security, Current State, and Executive Consulting

Milton Security Expert Services includes services such as security assessments, framework reviews, as well as penetration testing, network and application security testing, and even a virtual CISO to help with business strategy review while keeping your security framework, regulations, and compliance in mind.

Our Expert Services are provided on a retainer basis with a cost-effective prepaid block of hours. These hours can be used for any services that Milton Security provides that are not within our standard Threat Hunting services. The bottom line is that we become an extension of your Security Operations capabilities. With a program supporting your business strategy and the right security controls in place, you can demonstrate your ability to meet the regulatory frameworks you are governed by. With real world testing of your controls for effectiveness, the Milton Security Expert Services team supporting your security program makes a world-class combination.

Offensive Security

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Penetration Testing

Penetration Testing enables you to see your network and security as your adversaries see it.

From automated reconnaissance to testers exploiting vulnerabilities and moving laterally in your network to your crown jewels, we can do it all.

And when we are done, you get a detailed report showing what we did, how we emulated a real threat actor, and what you can do to harden your systems against such threats.

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Application Security

Application Security is about making sure that your applications, whether they are web or mobile, are resilient against a determined adversary.

Applications are gateways for adversaries to get deeper into your systems or, in many cases, to exploit the data they have access to.

Milton will provide you with the tools and techniques to improve your application security against real world malicious attacks.

Current State Of Security

Assessments of Regulatory Frameworks and Controls Implementations

Framework and controls assessments look at your people, processes, policy, and technology to determine how well you meet their requirements. Since these frameworks are designed to improve and strengthen security programs, meeting their requirements means you have established a solid baseline of security capabilities.

We go beyond the traditional assessment and look at the implementation of controls to make recommendations for improvement. Each of our assessments includes a Plan of Action unique to the customer, rather than a generic, high level approach.

We can assess a wide range of frameworks and industries.

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Executive Consulting Services

Milton Security's Executive Consulting capabilities brings senior security experience, business acumen, and practical insights to bear to assess your program and provide a long term, actionable roadmap to your business, technology, and security leaders.

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Virtual CISO Services are a great opportunity for many organizations to gain access to world class CISO's in a marketplace where hiring them is difficult and cost prohibitive.

Whether a temporary or long term need, Milton Security can provide you with senior team members that have experience from Director to Senior Executive and have provided hands on, practical security leadership in a wide variety of organizations.

These highly competent security practitioners bring a depth of experience and knowledge to your security program that will help it go to the next level through visibility, transparency, and leadership.

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Program Assessments and Roadmaps enable our customers to see their Security Program in the context of their larger Technology and Business programs.

Rather than looking at the more narrow context of security frameworks, these assessments move to the needs of the business overall, and how the program is aligned with business strategy.