We know the realities and challenges that our customers face in overcoming threats; Arbala Security was founded with a singular purpose: help teams like yours build cybersecurity resilience by making programs easier to manage. You won’t find many security companies like us. We’re here to help you develop strength in your organization.
We’ve walked in your shoes
We know what it’s like to have ‘partners’ who only seem to care about their financial position or what you’re buying from them. We’ve also worked with internal teams who get really good at passing audits but miss out on the operational mindset needed to do security well. We’re here to change that. By building in operational strength and resilience, organizations can be confident that their teams are capable, resilient and on guard.
Arbala Systems is a 100% employee owned company. The lack of private equity, debt, or venture capital funds allows us to prioritize long-term relationships versus short-term quarterly objectives.
A belief in transparency
Many customers find it hard to understand what we mean by adversary-focused services (breach assessments, red team and hunt operations, penetration tests, etc.)
The information security industry has traditionally not provided satisfactory answers to these questions, or enabled customers to improve their own defensive capabilities.
To combat the uncertainty surrounding adversary services, Arbala is committed to full transparency in all our engagements and all our service offerings. We know that our clients can move the needle of their security posture beyond just what we can just do for them. We share our Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs), operational methodologies and technical capabilities freely in the knowledge that your team will become proficient to help your organization with maturing its threat detection, response and hardening capabilities. Our hope is our approach will inform and set the pace for the overall security industry in the best ways to simulate, detect, respond and combat today’s adversaries, and further share those capabilities so we can improve security for everybody.