October 21, 2021

ISSP to participate in Web Summit 2021

This year, ISSP is taking part in Europe’s biggest technology conference, Web Summit. As more than 1,000 speakers and 1,250 startups are expected to attend the event from November 1–4, organizers expect Web Summit 2021 to be “the largest business conference in the world” this year.
July 12, 2021

8 signs you need help with information security: A complete guide for startups

June 23, 2021

3 reasons you can’t fully trust your security tools...

...And what you can do about it
June 9, 2021

ISSP Offers Cybersecurity Solution for Startups

ISSP is offering a new Cybersecurity for Startups solution that includes tailored incident detection, vulnerability management, and threat hunting services. These services are customized for each customer based on analysis of their business and a top-level audit of their cybersecurity posture and are augmented by continuous virtual CISO and consulting services.
March 25, 2021

DIIA: Government mobile application tested by ISSP, checked by bug bounty community

ISSP experts conducted a penetration test for the Ukrainian government of the DIIA mobile application, which is part of the national “State in a Smartphone” program. This multifunctional application provides Ukrainian citizens with immediate access to their photo IDs, driver’s licenses, and other documents. It also allows them to pay fines and register a business with a few clicks. DIIA has over one million users on Android devices (according to Google Play), while the App Store does not disclose information about the number of users on iOS devices.
February 24, 2021

When cybersecurity companies are being hacked

2020 ended with what has been called the biggest cyberattack of the year. A number of international cybersecurity companies fell victim. It’s unfortunate to say, but such an attack was expected. Happily, it’s not the end of the world.In 2020, hackers attacked the SolarWinds IT company and deployed malicious updates on the Orion platform, which helps organizations centrally manage their networks, IT systems, and infrastructure. As a result, lots of SolarWinds clients installed a compromised version of the Orion platform and unknowingly let hackers penetrate their networks.SolarWinds clients include more than 400 companies from the Fortune 500 list along with banks, healthcare facilities,...
January 11, 2021

Three trends in cybersecurity in 2021

Based on hands-on experience in constant dealing with cyber threats, ISSP’s experts identified the trends in cybersecurity in 2021.
December 19, 2020

Media about us: A recognition from CUTIS Project

Funded by the Federal government, CUTIS Project determined ISSP Canada as one of the successful graduates of the program. Below is the story published on the CUTIS’ website.
November 30, 2020

What if some of your computers survive a cyberattack?

Imagine that your organization becomes the victim of a cyberattack that paralyzes your information systems. Your IT and security departments work hard to bring the damaged infrastructure back to life and discover that around 10% of your computers were unaffected. They might sigh in relief assuming there’s less work to do to mitigate the consequences of the attack. But this is where they can be totally wrong…
November 9, 2020

ISSP highlighted at Canadian Meetup @ IT Arena 2020

The Embassy of Canada to Ukraine and Trade Commissioner Service in partnership with the Canada-Ukraine Chamber of Commerce (CUCC) and the Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investment Support (CUTIS) Project organized a Canadian Meetup @ IT Arena 2020 event in Ukraine on October 10th. 
October 5, 2020

Boost your cyber hygiene during Cybersecurity Awareness Month

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The importance of cybersecurity has dramatically increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, and today, cybercrimes can harm not only financial and informational assets but human lives. That is why it’s crucial to know about potential threats and be able to properly respond to them.
August 16, 2020

ISSP Starts Operations in Canada

Information Systems Security Partners (ISSP), the international cybersecurity company called “the go-to firm for the victims of Ukraine’s cyberwar” by Wired, has opened its offices in Toronto and Vancouver, Canada. After nearly two years of market research and preparations in developing local capabilities, the company has started its operations in North America and is ready to offer advanced managed security services to organizations of all sizes within every sector in Canada.
June 26, 2020

A Cybersecure Way to Return to the Office after Lockdown

When the coronavirus pandemic started and companies sent their employees to work from home, it gave hackers new opportunities to penetrate corporate networks. Information security services in many organizations faced new threats as staff left the protected perimeter. Now that governments worldwide are gradually lifting restrictions and employees are starting to return to their offices, additional opportunities arise for hackers and security departments are in for new challenges.  
March 19, 2020

ISSP Continues Operations in Face of COVID-19 Epidemic

Dear Customers and Partners, In the face of the COVID-19 epidemic, we want to assure you that the ISSP team continues to operate in accordance with our emergency action plan and maintains the highest level of protection and security of your company's information networks and systems. Despite the likelihood of increasing number of cyberattacks (APT and phishing attacks), all ISSP services are fully operational, and we continue to provide you with the highest quality services. ISSP has been developing Managed Security Services since 2015, and we are fully prepared to work in extreme situations, and provide cybersecurity consulting, technical support, cybersecurity monitoring and incident...
February 10, 2020

SOC for Small & Medium Size Businesses

Cyberattacks Against Small Companies Are Becoming More Targeted Preventing cyberattacks and protecting your perimeter are no longer effective cybersecurity strategies for organizations of every size and in every industry. The scale of cyberattacks — and their sheer number — is making a defensive posture unsustainable. For this reason, a fundamental shift is happening in cyber security away from threat prevention to detection. According to the Ponemon Institute’s 2018 State of Cybersecurity in Small & Medium Size Businesses report, 67% of companies experienced a cyberattack and data breach in the past 12 months. According to these companies, the biggest problems they face are not having the...