Case Study: Spyders

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Introduction Spyders is a network & information security company in Toronto. It is one of the fastest growing companies in GTA. We interviewed Jacob Miller, Assistant Manager – IT operations, over the phone. We questioned him about various aspects of the company like, the core services, clients, competition, and job opportunities. About Spyders Founded in 2005, it is a young and fast growing company. Spyders has enjoyed phenomenal growth, achieving 1,654% growth rate in the first five years and 498% growth in 2013 alone. The headquarters are located in Toronto, Ontario. Spyders is privately held by Khaled Monsour, president & CEO. Mr. Monsour is a thirty year IT veteran with over ten years of experience building and managing successful networking…show more content…
They help clients identify millions in annual network management savings. Also, they help clients to demonstrate compliance with various North American regulatory requirements and internal compliance frameworks. They provide: o Threat Risk Assessments o Vulnerability Assessments & Penetration Testing o Emergency Incident Response o Computer Forensic Services o Network Environmental Scan o Security Optimization o Security Awareness o Data Loss Risk Assessments o PCI DSS 3.0 Audit Preparation o Wireless Security Assessments o Information Security Policy, Procedure Development Solution Integration The company designs, configures, tests, and seamlessly integrates a range of best-in-class security, networking & mobile management technologies. These services include: o Mobile Authentication & Device Management o Data Leak / Loss Prevention (DLP) o Next Generation Firewalls (IPS, URL, Filtering) o Security Information & Event Management (SIEM) o Wireless Network Implementation o Network Access Control (NAC) o Nutanix – Virtual Platform Integration Managed Services The company provides various managed services for clients like: o Threat Management Service o Security Information & Compliance Management Services o Vulnerability Management
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