Sera4 is, first and foremost, an information security company. Earlier this year, we achieved ISO 27001 certification to demonstrate our commitment to cybersecurity. That project involved adapting all our company processes to match cyber-secure best practices. But we didn’t stop there.
We’ve also recognized the need for cyber-certified personnel to ensure we have the necessary expertise on staff. We’re proud to announce that we now have a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) on our team at Sera4.
What does CEH mean and do for our organization?
Ethical hackers (or white-hats) focus heavily on the hackers perspective. In the cyber world, we have primarily those who hack people (called the red team) and those who defend and fortify against them (called the blue team). The blue team learns both the toolsets and the perspectives of hackers and learn and constantly apply blue team logic to red team activities. Ethical hackers are blue team. They spend time actively doing reconnaissance activities, learning about new ways to break into a system, and then put up barriers to defend against them.
Ethical hackers certifications are another way that Sera4 continues to raise the bar on security and defence. When combined with penetration testing, this approach provides the best overall end-to-end security. We’re actively staying ahead of the pervasive threats that are becoming more common every day.
To learn more about CEH and understand why it should be a requirement for any connected service today, contact us.