Cyber Security & Stress Tests

Cyber Security & Stress Tests Service Outsourcing in Vietnam

Carbon, intense heat, and pressure come together under the surface of the Earth to make diamonds. If your site or software can surpass the stress test, it may become your company’s diamond. The main purpose of stress testing is to learn how your software would react to being pressured, and how it recovers.

Will you suddenly lose your valuable data after a system failure? What about under extreme circumstances? Did you know cybercrime has gone up by 600% due to the pandemic and cost companies worldwide up to trillions of dollars? Anything could happen, and your priority should be protecting your data, which is at the core of any business. 

Don’t wait until it has already happened! Take measures nowto protect your data and information and optimize the system with security and stress testing. Consult with Dirox to keep your data safe and secure!

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Introduction to Cyber Security & Stress Tests

Stress testing targets a software’s breaking point (or app, or website, etc). The software will be given more users and data than it can handle to see how it responds. Every part of the stress test will be recorded as it helps you learn about how your software/website/app reacts before, during, and after the crash.

There are many reasons for a site or software to break under an irregular surge of traffic, thus, there are many different types of stress testing, such as application stress test, systemic stress test, distributed stress test, and exploratory stress test.

This type of performance testing should be done with trained professionals who know how to evaluate the performance of the software. At Dirox, we carry out stress tests with a very clear process: planning, creating test scripts, executing scripts, reporting and analysis, and optimizing performance.

Our Company’s Offshore Cyber Security & Stress Tests Services

  • Code Audits & Consulting
  • Stress Tests
  • Firewalls
  • DDoS Protection Services (Distributed Denial-of-Service attacks)
  • Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)
  • Pen-Testing (Penetration Testing)
  • Anti-Malware, Anti-Virus, Anti-Phishing
  • Key Management Services
  • Encryption Services
  • Sandboxing
  • VPNs
  • Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
  • Two Factor Authentication (2FA)
  • Compliance Management

Why Use Outsourced Cyber Security & Stress Tests Services?

  • Determine the stability and reliability of your software, app, or website
  • Optimize the system to prevent breakdown
  • Plan scalability and resource capabilities correctly
  • Understand the behavior of the software, app, or website before crashing
  • Enable developers and testers to be prepared for extreme situations

Applications of Cyber Security & Stress Tests

  • Check the stability of the software by feeding it more information than it can handle
  • Prevent huge revenue loss as an e-commerce site during peak activities (ex: Black Friday)
  • Keep your customers’ trust by showing errors and notifying them of the situation
  • Stay one step ahead of cyber security threats and prevent data breaches
  • Cut the risk of destructive human error by educating your staff with best practices

Why Choose Dirox?

Effective synergy

We believe clear communication is the core of any good collaboration. Dirox wants to ensure that every requirement and feedback from our client is heard and tended to.

Strong expertise

Our team at Dirox comes from Canada, France, Vietnam and Japan, each with their own strong suit. From consultants, tech engineers, to developers and project managers, are all ready to deliver you the highest quality!


Dirox is set on solving real-life problems and bringing businesses to another level. Our priority in the long term is to help our clients reach their destination and succeed through productivity improvements.

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Your Questions About Cyber Security & Stress Tests

The earlier you think about cybersecurity and protecting the most valuable asset in this technological era - information - the better. Cybersecurity needs to start when the business planning starts. But if you haven’t already, the second best time is now. Every time a new technological capability is added, businesses need to think about how to detect, secure, and recover it. If you’re still unsure of whether using cyber security services is necessary, consider that 60% of small companies go out of business within 6 months of a cyber attack!
There are too many cyber security threats to name all, but we will go over some of the most common ones. Ransomware attacks involve hacking into users’ data and preventing them from accessing it until the ransom is paid. It is detrimental to companies, but even after they pay the ransom, most times the hackers don’t release the data anyway. It has become a large problem in India as 82% of Indian companies were hit by ransomware in the past 6 months in 2020. IoT attacks are also very important to take notice of as there are currently over 10 billion IoT devices in the world, and the number is growing exponentially. These IoT devices include mobile phones, laptops, etc. which can expose and leak a lot of personal information, virtually the most important thing a person owns. Cloud attacks are hacking into a cloud platform to steal user data, it is one of the biggest challenges for businesses. There is a high risk of collapse after a cloud attack. Phishing is also mentioned a lot as hackers steal the login credentials and passwords for their benefit, such as shopping online with credit card information. Unlike ransomware, the information is not blocked off. There are many more advanced cyber security threats, but as technology is slowly ingrained in our lives, and even inside our bodies, it becomes more important to prevent them. Other examples of cyber security threats include: blockchain and cryptocurrency attacks, software vulnerabilities, machine learning and AI attacks, BYOD policies, insider attackers, outdated hardware, and more.
The first step is to secure your networks and databases by setting up firewalls and encrypting information. This is the first layer of protection you can give to your business data. To promote better security within the company, educate your employees on the importance of security as well as company security policies and practices. Although there will always be a risk of a cyber attack, conduct regular audits to review and assess the cyber protection in place and prevent the attack as soon as there are signs. Make sure to identify your most sensitive data - such as personal information, accounting, and payment data as well as intellectual data that took years to form and build - before anything else!
Very significant. In this technological era, more and more personal information is placed in cyberspaces, which are vulnerable to being attacked. As IoT interconnectivity and our reliance on derived data increases, cyber security threats are more prevalent. Take steps to protect yourself and your privacy by reading our blog and our article about the 10 IT security best practices.