Cybersecurity Services

Cybersecurity Services

Complete IT Security Solutions


Our Cybersecurity practice (formerly 403 Labs) is dedicated to assisting our clients with cybersecurity consulting, fraud management, risk mitigation and vulnerability detection and prevention. We have the privilege of working with leading payment card, financial, restaurant, hospitality, health care, and educational organizations from around the world.

Our team has the extensive knowledge and experience to help you improve your unique security posture, specializing in compliance audits, penetration tests, computer security assessments and computer forensic investigations. We handle anything having to do with security or protecting data, including credit card data (PCI DSS), patient data (HIPAA), bank account numbers (GLBA), service provider reviews (SOC 1/2/3), or intellectual property.

We review and benchmark multiple areas of your organization to identify operational practices and systems configurations that represent risk to your sensitive information.

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Understand the mind of a hacker to better protect your network and applications. By emulating a real-world attacker, we demonstrate where holes exist and procedures fail, how much access an attacker could gain and how to properly secure your systems.

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Get up-to-date information about which security vulnerabilities impact your systems. Regular vulnerability scanning is a critical component of all successful cybersecurity programs and is a required component for all merchants accepting credit card payments. These scans also help to proactively find changes or weaknesses in your ever-changing network environment.

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Whether it is investigating a breach of credit card numbers or recovering sensitive data, we have the experience and ability to dissect even the most complicated forensic cases and bring them to a close.

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Employing a risk management program will focus your limited resources where they can provide the greatest level of risk reduction.  Our risk assessments combine reviews of documentation and system details with personnel interviews to identify relevant threats and vulnerabilities within your organization.

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Scale quickly as your company grows, reduce infrastructure costs and space requirements and access your data from anywhere, at anytime to arm.

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Achieving compliance with industry standards doesn’t have to be as difficult as it seems. Regardless of the standard, Sikich guides you through compliance validation processes quickly and smoothly to help get your organization in compliance and back to your core competency—running your business.

Our validation process is easy, and scalable for any size environment. If you need to comply with multiple industry requirements, you can leverage our experience and efficiencies by combining your requirements into a single assessment.

If you’ve never undergone a compliance assessment before, we can help you prepare for your first one. If you’re a veteran to your industry requirements, you’ll benefit from our unique approach. Compliance isn’t a once-a-year process; we’re your partner and here for you when you need us.



Organizations that store, process or transmit payment card data, such as merchants and service providers, need to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) to protect cardholder data (CHD).


Payment application vendors and service providers can take advantage of the PCI point-to-point encryption (P2PE) framework to develop solutions that reduce merchant handling of payment card data.


Payment application vendors need to validate against the requirements of the PCI Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS), which supports merchant compliance with the PCI DSS.


Financial institutions are required by law to comply with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) and maintain proper security controls to protect consumer financial privacy.


Health care institutions are required by law to protect the privacy of protected health information (PHI) in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

SSAE 16 (SAS 70)

Outsourced service providers that touch another organization’s data undergo a Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements No. 16 (SSAE 16) to demonstrate how client data is safeguarded.