Security assessments and breach attack
Application Security Testing
Application and Performance Monitoring
Risk Management & Governance
Web Application API Protection
What we do
Alexa Cybersecurity is a leading cybersecurity company that helps organizations protect their critical systems and sensitive information from digital attacks. We offer a comprehensive range of solutions and services, including cloud security, application security, information security, operational security, disaster recovery, and business continuity. We also provide end-user education and awareness programs to help our clients foster a security culture within their organizations.
We have years of experience in the cybersecurity industry and have served clients across various sectors, such as healthcare, finance, education, government, retail, and more. We have a team of certified and experienced cybersecurity experts who use the latest technologies and best practices to deliver effective and customized solutions for our clients. We also partner with leading vendors and organizations to ensure we stay ahead of evolving cyber threats. At Alexa Cybersecurity, we are committed to providing our clients with the highest level of service and satisfaction. We understand that cybersecurity is not only a technical issue but also a business issue that affects your reputation.
The cybersecurity distribution company in the US and APAC. We are here to help you protect your data and networks from cyber threats with our innovative and regionally relevant technologies.
Application Security Testing
Application security testing (AST) is the process of making applications more resistant to security threats by identifying and remediating security vulnerabilities. AST can be performed during all phases of development, including design, development, and deployment.
Web Application and API Protection
Web Application and API Protection (WAAP) is a term coined by Gartner to describe cloud-based services that act as a security shield against cybercriminals, DDoS attacks, malicious bots, and other emerging cyber threats. WAAP is important because web applications and APIs are accessible via the public Internet and provide access to sensitive data.
Breach and Attack Simulation
Breach and attack simulation (BAS) is a technology that allows enterprises to continually and consistently simulate the full attack cycle against their infrastructure, using software agents, virtual machines, and other means. BAS can help organizations find vulnerabilities before the bad guys do, test the effectiveness of their security controls, measure their cyber resilience, and prioritize remediation actions.
Application and Performance Monitor
Analyze data, such as processor, hard drive, memory, and network usage. It can help you troubleshoot performance issues by measuring application performance, alerting you when performance baselines aren’t met, providing visibility into root causes of performance issues, and automatically resolving many performance issues
Tool for DevOps
Set of tools that support the software development process. DevOps tools can be categorized into different types, such as version control, automation, performance monitoring, container management, and configuration management
Provides powerful reporting and analytics capabilities across all Risk, Compliance, Audit, and CyberSecurity products, enabling business users to create rich analyses and derive deep insights for driving business decisions
Mission -Vision - Values
To provide our clients with the best cybersecurity solutions and services that protect their critical systems and sensitive information from digital attacks.
To provide practical cybersecurity. Help organizations secure their data and digital infrastructure by equipping them with practical ways to implement standards-based, cost-effective, repeatable, and scalable cybersecurity solutions
Checmarx - Application Security Testing
Checkmarx One: An all-in-one application security platform that covers custom code, open source libraries, open source supply chain, infrastructure as code (IaC), APIs, containers, and more.
Checkmarx SAST: A static application security testing tool that scans application source code and identifies vulnerabilities during software development.
Checkmarx SCA: A software composition analysis tool that scans open-source dependencies and identifies security risks and license compliance issues.
Checkmarx SCS: A supply chain security tool that monitors and secures open-source components throughout the software development lifecycle.
Checkmarx API Security: An API security testing tool that discovers and tests APIs for vulnerabilities and misconfigurations.
Checkmarx DAST: A dynamic application security testing tool that analyzes applications in their running state and simulates attacks against them to find vulnerabilities.
Checkmarx IaC Security: An infrastructure as a code security tool that scans IaC templates and configurations for security risks and best practices violations.
Checkmarx Container Security: A container security tool that scans container images for vulnerabilities and misconfigurations before they are deployed to production.
Checkmarx Fusion: A correlation engine that aggregates, analyzes and reports assessment results from multiple AST tools into a single pane of glass.
Gitlab - DevOps
GitLab Core: A free and open-source product that includes features for source code management, issue tracking, code review, CI/CD, and security.
GitLab Premium: A paid product that adds features for project management, advanced analytics, compliance and audit management, geo-replication, and more.
GitLab Ultimate: A paid product that adds features for portfolio management, value stream management, dependency scanning, container scanning, and more.
Auto DevOps: A feature that automatically detects your programming language and uses CI/CD templates to create and run default pipelines to build, test and deploy your application.
New Relic - Application and Performance Monitor
Code-level visibility: APM automatically instruments your code and collects data on performance metrics, such as response times, resource usage, errors, transactions, and more.
Unified dashboard: APM provides pre-built and custom dashboards that let you visualize, navigate and analyze your application data in real time.
Apdex score: APM measures user satisfaction with Apdex, a metric that reflects how well your application meets the expectations of your users based on response time thresholds.
Errors inbox: APM helps you detect, triage, and troubleshoot errors with Errors Inbox, a feature that aggregates and prioritizes errors from across your applications.
Automap and external services: APM helps you visualize dependencies with an automap, a feature that automatically maps out the relationships between your services and external services.
Logs in context: APM helps you correlate logs with traces and transactions to get more context for troubleshooting issues.
Saviynt - Identiy Access Management
Application Onboarding: A solution that automates the discovery and onboarding of applications into Saviynt’s identity governance platform.
Data Access Governance: A solution that enables data discovery, classification, protection and monitoring across structured and unstructured data sources.
Cloud Privileged Access Management: A solution that manages privileged access to cloud resources and services with just-in-time provisioning, granular policies, and continuous monitoring.
Identity Governance and Administration: A solution that streamlines identity lifecycle management, access requests, certifications, segregation of duties, and compliance reporting.
Identity Risk Exchange: A solution that leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning to provide risk-based identity analytics and insights.
Safe Breach - Breach Attack Simulation
SafeBreach Platform: A cloud-based solution that executes real-world attacks safely and continuously across the entire cyber kill chain to identify security gaps and prioritize remediations.
SafeBreach Hacker’s Playbook: A collection of over 25,000 attack methods based on real-world threats, industry frameworks, and open-source intelligence that are used to simulate attacks on the SafeBreach Platform.
SafeBreach Insights: A feature that provides actionable recommendations for improving security posture based on root cause analysis, risk scoring, cost assessment, and mitigation plans.
SafeBreach Integrations: A set of integrations with various security tools and systems that enable data sharing, automated remediation, and orchestration workflows.
Boomi - Integration Platform
Boomi Integration: A product that enables low-code application and data integration with pre-built connectors, recipes and intelligent guidance.
Boomi Master Data Hub: A product that enables data synchronization, enrichment, and governance across multiple domains and sources.
Boomi B2B/EDI Management: A product that enables end-to-end B2B/EDI integration with trading partners using industry standards and protocols.
Boomi API Management: A product that enables the design, deployment, and management of APIs for internal and external consumption.
Boomi Flow: A product that enables workflow automation and application development with drag-and-drop tools and low-code features.
Alexa Cybersecurity is a company that helps organizations protect their digital assets and operations from cyber threats. The company has its head office in Kansas, United States, a branch in Hanoi, Vietnam, and another working location in Singapore.
It was founded by a group of cybersecurity and financial experts who saw the growing demand for cybersecurity solutions and services in the United States, as well as Southeast Asia. The company has since expanded its presence to Singapore, serving clients across various sectors, such as government, finance, healthcare, education, retail, and more. The company has a team of certified and experienced cybersecurity professionals who use the latest technologies and best practices to deliver effective and customized solutions for its clients. The company also partners with leading vendors and organizations to ensure it stays ahead of the evolving cyber threats. Customers can contact us for support in many different ways, this is a worldwide trend and is also applied in many businesses so as not to create geographical distances between customers, and us.
Work from virtually anywhere. You can choose a location that suits your preferences and needs, as long as you have internet access and a functional computer
Enjoy a flexible work schedule. Customers can often adjust work hours to match their personal rhythm, energy level, and productivity.
Enhance productivity. Customers can avoid distractions, interruptions, and delays that might occur in an office setting, and focus better on tasks.
Reduce commuting time. They can save time, money, and stress by eliminating the need to travel to and from work every day
Enhanced savings. We together can reduce environmental impact by using less energy, water, and paper when working remotely.
Cyberattacks are malicious attempts to compromise, damage, or disrupt the systems, networks, or data of an organization. Cyberattacks can have various motives and impacts, such as stealing information, extorting money, disrupting operations or damaging reputation. Here are some pain points that organizations face in cyberattacks:
Increasing volume and complexity of threats. Cyberattacks are becoming more frequent and sophisticated over time, as attackers use new tools, tactics, and techniques to evade detection and subvert defenses. Organizations need to keep up with the evolving threat landscape and protect themselves from both known and unknown dangers.
The growing cybersecurity skills gap. Cybersecurity is a highly specialized and dynamic field that requires constant learning and updating of skills. However, there is a shortage of qualified cybersecurity professionals who can meet the increasing demand for security services. Organizations need to invest in training, hiring, or outsourcing their cybersecurity needs.
Need for threat prioritization. Cybersecurity professionals face a huge influx of alerts from various sources and systems that indicate potential threats. However, not all alerts are equally important or urgent, and some may be false positives or duplicates. Organizations need to have a way to prioritize threats based on their severity, impact and context, and respond accordingly.
How Alexa Cybersecurity Works with Software Vendors to Deliver Cutting-Edge Cybersecurity Solutions
"We act as a bridge between software vendors and end-users, providing value-added services such as pre-sales support, technical assistance, marketing and promotion, training and education, and post-sales support. The company also provides feedback and insights to software vendors on customer needs, preferences, and challenges. Besides the United States, Alexa Cybersecurity has offices in Vietnam and Singapore, where it serves clients across Southeast Asia and beyond. The company has experience in the cybersecurity industry and has established strong relationships with leading software vendors such as Checkmarx, Broadcom, Safe Breach, Saviynt, Boomi, New Relic, and Gitlab."
"Alexa Cybersecurity is committed to providing its software vendors and end-users with the highest level of service and satisfaction. The company understands that Cybersecurity is not only a technical issue but also a business issue that affects their clients’ reputation."
"Software vendors can benefit from"
Access to a large and diverse customer base
Increased brand awareness and visibility
Reduced operational costs and risks
Enhanced customer satisfaction and loyalty
Improved product development and innovation
"End-users and resellers can benefit from"
Access to a wide range of cybersecurity solutions
Customized recommendations based on their needs
Competitive pricing and flexible payment options
Seamless installation and integration
Ongoing support and maintenance
How do we help Different Types of Clients Achieve Their Cybersecurity Goals?
Understands that different types of clients have different needs, challenges and objectives when it comes to cybersecurity. Depending on their size, maturity, risk appetite, and compliance requirements, different types of clients may require different types of cybersecurity solutions and services.
Products, services and solutions that aim to protect systems, networks and data from cyberattacks. Cyberattacks are malicious attempts to compromise, damage or disrupt the systems, networks or data of an organization or an individual. Cybersecurity is a highly dynamic and evolving field that requires constant innovation and adaptation to counter new and emerging threats.
Government agencies and public sector organizations need to safeguard their sensitive and classified data and ensure national security and public safety.
Manufacturing companies need to prevent cyberattacks on their industrial control systems, production processes, and supply chains.
Banking, financial services, and insurance (BFSI) companies need to secure their transactions, customer data, and compliance with regulations.
Healthcare providers and organizations need to protect their patient records, medical devices, and research data from unauthorized access or tampering.
Retailers and e-commerce platforms need to protect their customer data, payment information, and online reputation from fraudsters and hackers.
Regional Manager, APJ
Declan James Forth
Regional Manager, US
824 Prescott Dr, Lawrence, KS 66049, United States.
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