Critical Security was established in 2007 by a group of cyber security enthusiasts, and since then, the company has been providing high-quality security assessments and penetration tests to various organizations. Our team is made up of experienced and certified security professionals who are dedicated to delivering customized solutions that meet each client’s unique needs. We take a proactive approach to cybersecurity, helping organizations identify potential risks before they become major problems. With extensive experience working with clients from a diverse range of industries around the globe, including finance, healthcare, education, and technology, we are well-equipped to handle the unique security challenges of each industry.
As a result of our substantial experience in the security industry, we have developed a deep understanding of the potential threats that businesses face, and we work tirelessly to provide comprehensive security solutions that address these risks. Whether it’s physical security, cybersecurity, or emergency response planning, our team is dedicated to delivering the highest level of service to our clients.
Our cyber security consultants have years of experience in providing security assurance services. Most of the team members hold relevant certifications and have proven track-record in delivery of cyber security projects. We utilize industry-leading tools and methodologies to identify potential threats and vulnerabilities, and provide tailored recommendations to mitigate and manage them effectively.
“The National Cyber Security Centre under the Ministry of National Defence (NCSC) applauds the actions of UAB Critical Security experts after discovering the bug. Responsible disclosure practices are still in the process, and this example demonstrates how the public and the private sector are able to cooperate in practice on cyber security. Submission of the information has given us the time to carry out additional investigation and inform the affected entities who then took action ahead of making the information public. We hope that making the issue of factory passwords in Wi-Fi networks public will help users to take a better care of their security” Director of the NCSC Dr. Rytis Rainys said.