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Countercept, a service created by MWR InfoSecurity, utilizes the experience, knowledge and expertise that our security consultants develop through daily exposure in cyber defence, information assurance and incident response, thus delivering a defensive solution that’s driven by an understanding of the attacker mindset.

MWR InfoSecurity

Established in 2003, MWR InfoSecurity is a research-led information security consultancy, with a client list consisting of Dow Jones, NASDAQ, FTSE 100 companies and Government agencies and departments. MWR consults with clients around the world, providing specialist advice and services on all areas of security, from mobile through to supercomputers.

Central to MWR’s philosophy is the desire to deliver high quality cyber security consulting services and unsurpassed levels of support to clients. Our focus is on working with clients to develop and deliver a full security programme, tailored to meet the needs of that individual organization.

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Why create Countercept?

After many years protecting MWR clients' most critical assets, our services evolved to offer solutions that would not only create a successful defence against attacks from a range of attackers, including APT, but also constitute a method of detecting intruders so that a response plan to the attack could be implemented. Combining this knowledge with the increasing network security difficulties organizations are experiencing gave rise to Countercept – linking advanced cyber defence and endpoint monitoring capabilities and delivering them in a way that can be mapped directly to your critical assets.

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