“By enhancing the safety position for companies, organizations can reduce the rate of successful attacks by reducing cyber risk through penetration testing, web app evaluation, security formation, capture-the-flag (CTF), managed cloud services or cloud migration services.”
Strategic Resources International believes that the huge influx of cyberattacks seen in 2020 is just the beginning. Hackers have stepped up attacks on companies during the global pandemic. Some companies see an increase in attacks of over 500 percent! By enhancing the safety position for companies, organizations can reduce the rate of successful attacks by reducing cyber risk through penetration testing, web app evaluation, security formation, capture-the-flag (CTF), managed cloud services or cloud migration services.
Migrating Applications from On-Premise to the Cloud
Many firms now realise the overhead costs and on-site management of their IT infrastructure. Many companies are moving to cloud-based platforms because of this awareness. This migration may appear confusing, and many companies don’t know where to begin. Central InfoSec helps businesses to migrate to the cloud. Migrating services and applications to the cloud have many advantages. Only a few of the benefits are efficiency, cost saving, data security, scalability and competitive edge.
On-Premise Patching, Networking, and Security
Companies that do not migrate to the cloud still need on-site patching, networking and security support. Many companies seek help from third parties in order for companies to concentrate on running their business.
Demands for Backup & Disaster Recovery
Companies are now more than ever testing their backups and plans for disaster recovery. Migration services, applications, and cloud databases can assist in disaster recovery and backups.
What if your website goes down 10 minutes, what happens to your company? What if your website has been going down for hours? Companies that have not been thinking about connectivity and reliability are starting discussions and planning to migrate to the cloud.
Switch from Desk Phones to VoIP
Desk telephones have been the traditional way of communicating voices in offices for years. Many companies now switch to Voice over IP (VoIP) services that permit computer telephone calls.
Remote Workforce Technologies
There is a great need for collaboration and communication tools, with millions of people working from homes previously unable to do so. Video-conferencing tools like Zoom provide more possibilities for live team cooperation. Video conferencing tools can also help companies to keep their remote workforce more involved. Communication was always a key to success, but now, considering the growth of remote workers, it is even more important. Applications like Slack help staff communicate quickly with their team members as if they were working with their teammates in person.
Permanent Work from Home
When employers recognize the cost savings of remote employees, working at home will become a permanent thing for millions of people. The remote workers will enable many companies to expand their candidates’ pool. It will likely be behind companies that do not offer remote work and competitive remote benefits.
The Housing Market
Many experts on the housing market have given their forecasts based on the millions of people who have lost employment. The demand for larger homes with extra space for dedicated offices is often overlooked. If multiple people are now working from home, the number of rooms can be increased by two by families. Multiply this by millions of people permanently working from their homes and demand for larger homes with more rooms will be enormous.
Artificial Intelligence within Manufacturing Plants
Due to a decline in production time and an increase in quality results, artificial intelligence (AI) is increasing in the last few years. The pandemic led to manufacturers investing substantially more in IA and robotics than in previous years.
Services Evolving to Serve Clients Better in upcoming years
Strategic Resources International helps companies migrate their web applications and services to the cloud. The organization offers fully-managed and co-managed options, along with 24/7/365 support and assistance.
Free Capture-The-Flag (CTF)
Strategic Resources International developed a free Capture-The-Flag (CTF) exercise containing over 250 hacking challenges with enormous levels of difficulty and challenges. The CTF participants are ranging from college students, people making a career shift into cybersecurity, and seasoned security professionals.
Web Application Penetration Testing
Strategic Resources International offers Web Applications Penetration Testing services to identify vulnerabilities on websites and web applications.