More than 15 years of experience
Our hard work began with the establishment of our company in Estonia (with e-residency). As Estonia is a Nordic Country, we named our company as Nord Information Security (Nordis). With the expansion of world-wide projects, we added "Global" to our name and ready to share our 15 years of experience with you. Our company, established in June 2017, continues to work in the field of Information Security.
What do we do?
A penetration test, colloquially known as a pen test, is an authorized simulated attack on a computer system, performed to evaluate the security of the system. The test is performed to identify both weaknesses (also referred to as vulnerabilities), including the potential for unauthorized parties to gain access to the system's features and data, as well as strengths, enabling a full risk assessment to be completed.
We provide professional cyber security consultancy that adapts to your needs. Experts at Nordis CyberSecurity partner with you to anticipate vulnerabilities in IT infrastructure, detect emerging threats and contain and remedy critical situations.
Nordis Global can conduct inspections in accordance with your selected criteria to ensure that your suppliers maintain and improve the standards you have set for them.
Vulnerability management is the "cyclical practice of identifying, classifying, remediating, and mitigating vulnerabilities",particularly in software. Vulnerability management is integral to computer security and network security.
Vulnerabilities can be discovered with a vulnerability scanner, which analyzes a computer system in search of known vulnerabilities, such as open ports, insecure software configurations, and susceptibility to malware infections. Unknown vulnerabilities, such as a zero-day, may be found with fuzz testing, which can identify certain kinds of vulnerabilities, such as a buffer overflow with relevant test cases. Such analysis can be facilitated by test automation. In addition, antivirus software capable of heuristic analysis may discover undocumented malware if it finds software behaving suspiciously (such as attempting to overwrite a system file).
Correcting vulnerabilities may variously involve the installation of a patch, a change in network security policy, reconfiguration of software, or educating users about social engineering.
Motivations Behind Attacks, December 2019
We love what we do, and you will love too.
Whatever we do, we do it with love, and you will love it.
We are a company established in Tallinn / Estonia. We are working on information
security and management systems. What do we do for information security?
We visit your company, review your system, determine your risks. We are
consulting on your request for ISO / IEC 27001 Information Security
Systems. We conduct your internal and external audits. We care about the
attack that may happen to your system, we report it to you by doing
penetration tests and vulnerability analyzes to protect you from such
harmful attacks. As we said before, we are doing what we are doing with