The best way to describe Foin Cyber Security operating methods is through the model of development laboratory. We think, that this model is the best representation of our approach to neutralize the consequences, and most importantly the triggers of improper information impact. Every service and every method that you see on this website goes through an obligatory cycle: development, experimentation on small models and adjustment to increase the effectiveness of the system. The model of development laboratory explains best how we develop methods to counter information threats, how we test, adjust and implement them. The FCS (Foin Cyber Security) team systematically conducts the following set of activities:
- Continuous monitoring and researching of information attacks in the United States, Eastern and Western Europe;
- Continuous development of new solutions that allow us to neutralize and deactivate threats in the Internet;
- We are regularly examining experiences of our colleagues from various research institutes, including ENISA, Trusted Introducer Service and many others;
- We enrich and expand our technical and technological arsenal with new elements;
- We are regularly testing new technologies to be prepared for new information threats.
This is how the FCS technology project works. Provided that the digital world today is extremely dynamic, the solutions that used to allow neutralization of various threats six months ago, may not be sufficient today. That’s why our laboratory permits to design new solutions and be equipped for new threats. An implementation of this model is embodied in the following activity of FSC:
1) Providing services to our clients and partners in fields that are relevant and necessary at the given time;
2) An employee training program (new techniques and technologies) to counter information threats;
3) Enhancing the skills of our partners and clients;
4) Expert assessments of issues, precedents, and cases;
5) Creating educational materials for the general public, which inform about new threats and what actions could be taken to avoid becoming a cybercrime victim.
Our parallel field of concern is linked to an exchange of knowledge and practical recommendations between us and our partners from Europe and the US. It is done through open and invitation-only workshops and masterclasses.