Pricing

Cyberwolfe specializes in identifying threats and digital assets that are made publicly available due to human error or malicious actors.

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Secure your online presence & modernize your cybersecurity. Let’s put security everywhere, so you can thrive in the face of uncertainty.

Identify issues if you suspect you've been hacked.

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Payment Packages

Silver

$ 50
per month

Your choice of one of the following:

Web Application: One Penetration test per year & Monthly vulnerability scan

OR

Network: One Penetration test per year & Monthly vulnerability scan

OR

Cloud: One Penetration test per year & Monthly vulnerability scan

**based on annual billing

Web site with resolvable URL. Network range. Cloud with IaaS, PaaS and SaaS

Web Application Security Monitoring

Web Application Protection

Ad-Hoc Incident Response.

Gold

$ 50
per month

Your choice of one of the following:

Web Application: Four Penetration tests per year & Monthly vulnerability scan

OR

Network: Four Penetration tests per year & Monthly vulnerability scan

OR

Cloud: Four Penetration tests per year & Monthly vulnerability scan

**based on annual billing

The below description gives a generic overview of some of the areas that will be assessed by the tester:

Enumeration / Reconnaissance

Exploitation Testing

Test Coverage

Manual Pen Test Deliverables

Platinum

$ 50
per month

Web Application: Continuous Penetration tests & vulnerability. DevSecOps CI/CD pipeline for continuous security  monitoring, including docker, cloud or on-premises

OR

Network: Continuous Penetration tests & vulnerability. CI/CD pipeline for continuous security  monitoring, including docker, cloud or on-premises

OR

Cloud: Continuous Penetration tests & vulnerability. CI/CD pipeline for continuous security  monitoring, including docker, cloud or on-premises

**based on annual billing

Frequently Asked Questions

Answer:

Yes, threats are increasing exponentially in sophistication, intensity, diversity and volume. Cyber experts report significant escalation in external cyber attacks, especially from criminal organizations and foreign state sponsored activities.

Hacking, malware, ransomware and cyber terrorism are all part of the evolving landscape of threats facing government organizations. Governments at all levels are inherently “open” organizations and this makes their digital assets attractive targets. Government information resources are becoming increasingly more difficult to protect as more processes become digital and citizen services move online.

Answer:

Mobile devices do bring great utility in terms of convenience and allowing individuals to be “online all the time.” Governments have widely deployed mobile devices for accessing resources and greater workforce productivity. However, the use of mobile devices for communicating and for sharing data create inherent security issues and add more points of access to the network. Mobile malware threats are certainly growing and a significant security concern with mobile devices is the loss of the device. Additional risks related to mobile devices are personal devices being used in the workplace and authentication of the user. The National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST) publication “Guidelines for Managing the Security of Mobile Devices in the Enterprise” (SP 800-124) outlines a number of items for government organizations should follow.style=”text-decoration: underline;”>Link

Answer:

People know about cyber security – but they don’t know enough to protect themselves. Most people may even understand the imperative for protecting data and the fact that cyber threats are getting worse. However, effective cyber security is an ongoing maturing capability for not only the government enterprise but for individuals who are employed by or served by state government. This capability must be continually exercised, tested and strengthened through awareness training to not only combat aggressive cyber threats, but also accidental, unintentional cyber events.
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