Trackforce Recovery is an industry leading funds recovery firm,
we specialize in recovery digital assets like bitcoin
We are experts in Penetration Testing also known as ethical hacking, and we have mastered the act of intruding/penetrating into systems or networks to find out threats, vulnerabilities in those systems which a malicious attacker may find and exploit causing loss of data, financial loss or other major damages. Our job at Trackforce Recovery is to help you improve the security of the network or systems by fixing the vulnerabilities found during testing. We may use the same methods and tools used by the malicious hackers but with your permission for the purpose of improving the security and defending the systems from attacks by malicious users, and all vulnerabilities and weakness found during the process are professionally reported.
A vulnerability assessment is the process of identifying the vulnerabilities in your network, systems and hardware, and taking active steps toward remediation. The information gathered via vulnerability testing can be leveraged to assess and improve your threat mitigation and prevention processes.
It involves identifying the systems on your network (including assessing which are most valuable and critical), identifying and scoring any vulnerabilities found on those systems, and prioritizing the remediation process to focus on the higher risk vulnerabilities that affect your most critical systems.
Ultimately, a vulnerability assessment helps you shift from a reactive cybersecurity approach to a proactive one, with an increased awareness of the cyber risks your organization faces and an ability to prioritize the flaws that most need attention.
In today’s threat environment, it’s not just a good idea to conduct a cybersecurity vulnerability assessment, and to do so on a regular basis – it’s a core requirement for any organization that wants to protect critical data and ensure that its networks and systems aren’t exposed to cyberattacks.
Failing to do so can, simply put, spell the end of your company
Vulnerability assessment benefits
Any investment that sounds too good to be true probably is
Be cautious of unsolicited phone calls, emails or letters offering one-off investment opportunities
Don’t be pressured into an investment.
Give yourself time to do due diligence so you can make an informed decision
Get advice from a government body, such as the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), or an independent professional financial adviser you trust
Don’t be bitten twice.
Avoid follow-on frauds, where scam organizers pass on the details of investors they’ve swindled to other fraudsters
The second protection is to get your money back by enforcing your rights as a creditor. We’ve recovered funds for our clients in a wide range of investment fraud and scam cases, including for those who have fallen victim to:
- Unauthorized firms and individuals running investment scams such as share fraud
- Cloned firms
- Bitcoin and other digital currency scams
- Land development and banking scams
- Wine investment scams
- Carbon credit scams
- Boiler room fraud
- Ponzi or pyramid schemes
- Identity theft
- Mis-sold investments, such as pensions or bonds, by a bank or other financial adviser
To continue setting the pace and helping individuals and companies recovery their wealth.