Bugsec Group is a leading offensive and defensive security consulting company, focused on ethical hacking, advance security research, SCADA infiltration, malware analyses, Cyber readiness review and other services to increase customer security.
Since 2005, Bugsec has been providing security consulting services to global companies in the fields of finance, government, hi-tech, communications, utilities and other markets.
The Bugsec team is made up of some of the world’s most talented offensive and defensive experts and security researchers, who work together with intelligence and law enforcement organizations around the world to help our customers protect their assets.
For more than decade. Bugsec’s professional excellence, deep technical capabilities and unique access to cutting edge technologies have enabled us to assist a range of industry leaders to overcome their security challenges. With specialists in application, infrastructure and cyber security, we aim to maintain our outstanding reputation of delivering value and excellence to all our clients.
We continually strive to maintain our position as leaders in the cyber and information security arena while staying abreast of the latest security threats/trends. We believe that the role of information security is to enable business growth and therefore we are constantly looking for the synthesis of security with business requirements. Our deep industry and business understanding enables us to tailor our services to facilitate specific business requirements.
Bugsec initiated the development of some of the top security software on the market today
Versafe, a provider of web anti-fraud, anti-phishing, and anti-malware solutions, which was acquired by F5 Networks (NASDAQ: FFIV) in September 2013
Cynet 360. Cynet was created in response to the growing prevalence of advanced persistent threats (APTs) and targeted attacks from unknown origins. Its flagship product, Cynet 360, provides an agentless, comprehensive detection and remediation solution for mitigating advanced threats including unsigned malware and zero day attacks, regardless of whether the threat originates in files, endpoints, networks or at the user level.