We are a Technology Auditor and Consulting Firm located in Cambridge, Ontario. RawInfoSec can provide quality and affordable solutions for all budgets.
Many businesses assume their technology needs are being met by their current providers. In our experience, this is hardly ever the case. Almost all companies can benefit from a cost-effective ‘second opinion’.
We offer affordable consultation services to the SMB sector. Our enterprise management experience can work alone or alongside your current provider to provide direction, process, and policy to enable your company to be secure, compliant, and robust.
Businesses change their methods and processes to fit technology, we believe it should be the other way around. RawInfoSec offer world-class development services in both IT and Web Development.
If we continue to develop our technology without wisdom or prudence, our servant may prove to be our executioner
Our services are delivered by our team with years of experience and are passionate about developing technology for business.
You may be happy with your current IT provider, but how do you know the job is done right? We provide a second opinion to enable you to tame ‘gunslinger’ IT providers. Furthermore, we can offer full management of your current provider to ensure they can meet your expectations.
Affordable IT & Security Consulting does not have to break the bank. We can provide you with high-level management of your infrastructure while maintaining your current provider to execute tasks. In essence, we can deliver world class technology consultation without world class pricing.
If your company has not appointed a CCO or CPO you should probably look into that. All Ontario businesses have responsibilities in terms of being compliant with Provincial and Federal privacy and accessibility laws. Also, are you aware of Canada’s new anti-SPAM laws and how they affect the way you do business?
There are a lot of web developers out there, and almost anyone can build web site. How do you know your developer is able to provide you with a safe, secure online presence that adheres to local privacy and accessibility laws?
Did you know that almost all professional web developers do not have the skills to provide a secure web application? Web developers work at the Application and Presentation Layers of the OSI model and even that is barely covered. This leaves the other 5 layers outside of their control.
Whether it’s a small blog, e-commerce system, or nation wide business application, rest assured we can deliver. All of our products are managed primarily for security then functionality. Integrating our experience in networks, security, and software development ensures we deliver world class solutions for your business.
If you have integrity, nothing else matters. If you don’t have integrity, nothing else matters.
Why your Firewall is not doing it’s job.
Firewall's are known for blocking inbound traffic. Most small business IT providers forget about the risks in outbound traffic.
Case Study: Evil Google & Bad Programming.
A forensic investigation of a seemingly hacked e-commerce site reveals the need for having RawInfoSec perform your Code Review.
Why your network needs to keep perfect time.
It is always a good idea to run an NTP server inside your network.
Allowing Blackberry (RIM) servers through your firewall.
Are your Blackberry users complaining about missed mail? This may be why.
Kevin understood our business and strived to ensure that operational needs were met first and foremost before planning a more time-consuming permanent fix to any problem. Whether it’s network, telecom, or user problem. Kevin always seemed to be on top of the issue and focused on the business flowing as soon as possible.
Kevin was able to bring new existing ideas to the table where previously we assumed would entail expensive overheads, and was able to put these ideas into practical usage without the need to expand our resources.
My team desperately needed someone who could design a professional and appealing website, and whom hopefully knew enough about the technologies to talk intelligently to the technical resources I had for the project.
I hate being right. Bottom line, Emailing sensitive data is a really bad idea!!!! http://t.co/fBKw1xeXPh4 days ago
I really don't think @Sidragon1 meant it actually stopped moving forward... Probably explaining to layman FBI fellow.6 days ago
. @Sidragon1 actually said "lateral or sideways". CLB left engine while auto-rudder is on, plane maintains heading but pushes forward-right.6 days ago
Is @Sidragon1 hacking me? My shopping cart keeps wanting to go sideways!7 days ago
RT @JZdziarski : First researcher to expense a 747 wins.1 week ago
Perhaps it's time for airlines to hand-off a pen-test to an outside company?1 week ago
Dropbox hacked. Possibly. Either way, we recommend OwnCloud or Sync.ca for end-to-end encryption. http://t.co/3FMytXlw5O1 week ago
This, with proper server and network hardening, as well as two-factor credential exchange with the client is a pretty solid solution. 2/21 week ago
Testing OwnCloud on @CDNCloudA . Successfully implemented end-to-end encrypted file upload for sensitive client data. 1/21 week ago
'Wifi Router with Firewall' is NOT really a firewall.... or even safe for business.1 week ago
Second worse security issue for SMB's is that vendors are falsely calling their product a 'firewall' when it can't do Egress filtering.1 week ago
Most SMB's don't have anything in place to detect intrusions... until it's too late.1 week ago
One of small businesses biggest security issues isn't keeping bad guys out, it's detecting they're in there in the first place.1 week ago
RT @Thurloat : Cloud-A offices are now coast-to-coast :) https://t.co/cCqz3KYCQr1 week ago
This is why we recommend @Sync in all businesses we find using Dropbox!!!2 weeks ago
Did you know that @Sync has HIPAA, PIPEDA, PIPA, FIPPA, ATIPPA compliant data storage for sensitive client data? https://t.co/5TTeQ6at2f2 weeks ago
Strange, I just removed a person from a client website and Twitter listed that person in the "Who to Follow" box. #paranoid lol2 weeks ago
Almost every IoT startup is playing Russian Roulette with being the biggest news of the year, and not for a great product...2 weeks ago
This is why I wish new startups would invest in a solid security model before developing wearables and other smart-devices.2 weeks ago
"Money will start being spent on IoT security once serious breaches occur" - RSA CTO. http://t.co/6thPy9oy4t2 weeks ago
Getting gas, kid is playing facebook games on netbook, a wifi router nearby, and a Moneris PoS machine next to it. Use my Visa? Hell no!2 weeks ago
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