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Security awareness training is an important part of any information Security Program. The presentations and resources provided in each session will be customized based on the needs your company has.

  • Contemporary threats to information and information security
  • Good behaviors that protect your company and your personal information
  • Social Engineering
  • Passwords
  • Physical and Mobile Security
  • Email
  • Malware
  • Confidentiality on the Internet



Employees still represent a possible weak link in security for many organizations. Social Engineering your employees, using “true-to-life” tactics, is the most effective way to test workers against non-technical threats posed by social engineers.

  • Phishing: Click and Log - deploys a distinct simulated phishing email to a significant population of your employees to test whether they click on malicious links that they shouldn’t.
  • Phishing: Endpoint Attack – tests user security awareness by manipulating individuals to perform malicious actions or provide sensitive information over email. The content used in these scenarios ranges from generic, spam-like messages to client-specific emails that are designed to appear to originate from internal users, third-party service providers, or customers.
  • Vishing: Phone – the telephone equivalent of phishing, vishing is an attempt to verbally steer the user into surrendering sensitive information like passwords, or to execute malicious software that gives attackers remote control of their workstation. Our experts work with you to identify appropriate scenarios to test your employees to prevent attackers from thwarting common phishing security controls.



We assesses and tests an organization's web applications to evaluate the risks these applications pose to their Internet facing and internal web sites, and more importantly, to the sensitive information these applications manage. A comprehensive penetration test goes beyond running an automated scanning tool or identifying "potential" vulnerabilities. We recognize this and is why we use an industry methodology that utilizes manual testing methods along with testing tools to determine the impact vulnerabilities have if exploited. Discovering and exploiting vulnerabilities is beneficial, however, we provide additional value in evaluating the web application within the context of the business, providing a complete understanding of the risk and potential threats to the organization.

Network penetration tests allow an organization to evaluate the effectiveness of their controls in protecting their internal and external (Internet facing) network infrastructure from attacks. An organization's network infrastructure will typically grow in size as well as in complexity, as new features, services, and business requirements are implemented. As a network grows in size and complexity, the opportunity for vulnerabilities also increases, resulting in an increasing attack surface that attackers can leverage to get a foothold into an organization's network environment. We have many years of experience with assessing networks, as well as building open-source tools that aid and assist in performing penetration tests. As with web application penetration testing, We use an industry proven testing methodology that consists of both manual and automated techniques. Beyond performing a simple network scan, a network penetration test validates vulnerabilities through exploitation, and more importantly, identifies the real impacts to the organization if exploitation occurs. Aligning these results with the understanding of the business functions that the network services provide results in a more comprehensive understanding of the risks and threats the vulnerabilities expose the organization to.



Our focus has always been on usability. We're all responsive to every client's particular needs. We want to help you make sure your company is effectively communicating with your online audience. We provide a full suite of web design and consulting services for small and medium sized businesses with every intention of helping your company grow online.
Whether you have realized it or not, mobile web browsing has surpassed desktop browsing in popularity. Responsive web design has removed the need for a mobile website because responsive sites have the ability to scale up and down, regardless of device, including those that have yet to be invented. The industry has adapted, and adapted well. Google has taken steps from encouraging businesses to design responsive websites to downright punishing those that don’t. Responsive web design is the wave of the future, and Dakota Secure is here to help you ride that wave.



Affordable computer repair and computer networking services in Aberdeen, SD and surrounding areas. Click Read More to see the list of services we have to offer:

  • Spyware /Virus Removal
  • On-Site Services
  • Pick-Up & Delivery Services
  • Troubleshooting
  • Maintenance & Service Contracts
  • Computer Networking /Management
  • Data Backup
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Wireless Setup
  • Remote Support
  • Networking Information Security
  • Data Recovery
  • And Much More!!!



Vulnerability is defined as identifying, quantifying, and prioritizing (or ranking) the vulnerabilities in a system. Examples of systems for which vulnerability assessments are performed include, but are not limited to, information technology systems, energy supply systems, water supply systems, transportation systems, and communication systems. Such assessments may be conducted on behalf of a range of different organizations, from small businesses up to large regional infrastructures. Vulnerability from the perspective of disaster management means assessing the threats from potential hazards to the population and to infrastructure. It may be conducted in the political, social, economic or environmental fields.



Today, an important role is played by a Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT), due to the rise of internet crime, and is a common example of incident faced by companies in developed nations all across the world. For example, if an organization discovers that an intruder has gained unauthorized access to a computer system, the CSIRT would analyze the situation, determine the breadth of the compromise, and take corrective action. Computer forensics is one task included in this process. Currently, over half of the world’s hacking attempts on Trans National Corporations (TNCs) take place in North America (57%). 23% of attempts take place in Europe. This makes CSIRT a highly prominent player in incident management.



Identity and Access Management describes the management of individual principals, their authentication, authorization, and privileges within or across system and enterprise boundaries with the goal of increasing security and productivity while decreasing cost, downtime and repetitive tasks.

The terms "Identity Management" and "Identity and Access Management" (or IAM) are used interchangeably in the area of Identity access management, while identity management itself falls under the umbrella of IT Security.



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