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Internships

Internships are a great way to gain valuable hands-on experience before you graduate.

An internship will help you decide what type of work you want to do, and also give you a chance to make connections with people in the field.

Internships at Cocoon vary greatly depending on the location. Some common internship opportunities include working as an assistant for public relations, researching data for market research, or auditing financial statements with our accounting department–and of course, working as a junior cyber security analyst on one of our cyber teams.

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Remediation Services

Cocoon’s cybersecurity remediation involves identifying and mitigating security threats that have impacted your business and limiting the damage caused by a breach.

Remediation is needed when the impacts of your security breach cause your business to no longer comply with certification or insurance requirements, and an expert third-party audit is required to help you become compliant again. It is also helpful when you need to notify your customers about the breach, and having a third-party can help you retain their confidence.

Cyber Security Framework Development

Cocoon builds cybersecurity frameworks using a combination of strategy, policy-driven best practices, security awareness training and software tools.

The framework identifies business areas most at risk for data breaches and other compromising cyber-crime activity. Then uses policies, training and tools to reduce and mitigate potential exposures.

Cyber Security Framework Development

Cocoon’s compliance monitoring uses a series of ongoing quality assurance checks and regular monthly status meetings, and further security awareness training to ensure business operations consistently meet the internal process obligations detailed in the cybersecurity framework.

Compliance monitoring is a critical component of any cybersecurity program regardless of whether data protection regulations apply to your organization or not.

Penetration Testing

Penetration testing involves deploying a simulated cyberattack against your organization’s computer systems to check for vulnerabilities and evaluate any related consequences that cybersecurity incidents may have on the resources or operations involved.

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