Forensics and Investigations
We have been redefining 21st-century corporate intelligence by combining deep subject-matter expertise with cutting-edge technology in an unprecedented way. We bring to bear the best multidisciplinary and multinational teams in the business to solve our clients’ most difficult problems. The diversity of backgrounds and approaches that our practitioners bring to the table allow them to bring specificity and clarity to a given situation. We combine our advanced investigative experience with state-of-the-art technological tools which, in the hands of our investigative and research practitioners, become game-changers. This tenacious investigative approach often uncovers other unexpected opportunities where we can protect our clients’ interests, be they financial, physical, or virtual. The diversity of backgrounds and approaches that our practitioners bring to the table allows them to bring specificity and clarity to any given situation. This tenacious investigative approach often uncovers other unexpected opportunities where we can protect our clients’ interests, be they financial, physical, or virtual. We offer services spanning from
- Asset Tracing
- Bribery and Corruption Investigations
- Due Diligence
- Financial and Forensic Investigations
- Fraud analytics
- Intelligence and Risk Advisory Services
- Litigation Support
- Media Transparency
- Agile Technologies
As structured data systems are mission critical systems in today’s modern business environment, there is a considerable wealth of information that can be collected, preserved, analyzed and visualized for actionable forensic intelligence. Brighter Future Solutions offers a range of advanced structured data analytics solutions used to monitor compliance, investigate fraud and mitigate the damage from fraudulent activities in these and other areas of specialization:
By employing forensic accounting and complex modeling expertise to unravel complex financial transactions; independently gathering and analyzing critical information; and offering industry‐leading electronic evidence services that identify, collect and preserve relevant, structured information and analyze complex enterprise data
Why clients choose Brighter Future Solutions
Brighter Future Solutions is one of the industry leaders in providing Security, Risk Management, assessment and consulting solutions. Using our proprietary and analytical approach, along with cuttingedge technology, we areable to identify, manage, and mitigate risk for clients unlike anyone else. But most importantly, only Pinkerton has the capabilities to offer:
Smarter, Faster Access
We foster business continuity by providing a managed service that acts as your single gateway to smarter, faster, and more scalable services anywhere in the world.
One Connected, Global Source
Offering you a single, connected, global source for all of your risk management and security concerns.
List of Services we render
Risk management is a critical component of an effective cyber security program for modern business.
Also called cybersecurity risk management, is the process of identifying, prioritizing, managing, and monitoring risks to information systems
At bf solution group we offer a cyber risk management service designed for rapidly growing organizations that need additional support in building and managing their risk activities. Our services are tailored to give informed guidance and recommendations to keeping your organization safe while continuing to drive business. We provide a complete view of the risk landscape, from the business level down to individual projects.
Companies across industries use cyber risk management to protect information & systems from cyberattacks and other digital and physical threats. These threats can knock critical systems offline or wreak havoc in other ways, leading to lost revenue, stolen data, long-term reputation damage, and regulatory fines
Our idea and perspective of risk management comes from the notion that risk management strategy should be patterned with the forefront thought that organizations cannot entirely eliminate all system vulnerabilities orblock all cyber attacks. Establishing a cybersecurity risk management initiative often helps organizations attend first to the most critical flaws, threat trends, and attacks.
They are as follow
- Identifying risk – evaluating the organization’s environment to identify current or potential risks that could affect business operations
- Assess risk – analyzing identified risks to see how likely they are to impact the organization, and what the impact could be
- Control risk – define methods, procedures, technologies, or other measures that can help the organization mitigate the risks.
- Review controls – evaluating, on an ongoing basis, how effective controls are at mitigating risks, and adding or adjusting controls as needed.
Understanding what can be classified as a cyber threat
- Adversarial threats—including third-party vendors, insider threats, trusted insiders, established hacker collectives, privileged insiders, ad hoc groups, suppliers, corporate espionage, and nation-states. This category also includes malicious software (malware) created by any of these entities. Large organizations mitigate these threats by establishing a security operations center (SOC) with trained security staff and specialized tooling.
- Natural disasters—hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, fire, and lightning can cause as much damage as a malicious cyber attacker. A natural disaster can result in loss of data, disruption of services, and the destruction of an organization’s physical or digital resources. The threat of natural disaster can be minimized by distributing an
organization’s operations over multiple physical sites or using distributed cloud resources.
- System failure— when a system fails, it may cause data loss and also lead to a disruption
in business continuity. Make sure that your most critical systems are running on highquality equipment, have redundancies in place to ensure high availability, are backed up,
and your providers offer timely support.
- Human error—any user may accidentally download malware or get tricked by social
engineering schemes like phishing campaigns. A storage misconfiguration may expose
sensitive data. To prevent and mitigate these threats, you should establish an employee
training program and enforce strong security controls. For example, use password
managers and monitor critical systems for misconfigurations.
- Unauthorized access—may be the result of malicious attackers, malware, and employee error.
- Misuse of information by authorized users—an insider threat may misuse information by altering, deleting, or using data without authorization.
- Data leaks—threat actors or cloud misconfiguration may lead to leaks of personally identifiable information (PII) and other types of sensitive data.
- Loss of data—poorly configured replication and backup processes may lead to data loss or accidental deletion.
- Service disruption—downtime may cause reputational damage and revenue losses. It may be accidental, or the result of a denial of service (DoS) attack.
It would be unrealistic and financially impossible for a company to close every vulnerability and counter every threat. Cyber risk management can offer companies a more practical way of managing risk by focusing information security efforts on the threats and vulnerabilities most likely to impact them. That way, the company doesn’t apply expensive controls to low-value and non-critical assets.
At Bf solution’s Group our cyber risk management team is well equipped to offer companies a more practical way of managing risk by focusing information security efforts on the threats and vulnerabilities most likely to impact them. That way, the company doesn’t apply expensive controls to low-value and non-critical assets.