About FoxDOS

In the world of cybersecurity, there are two kinds of companies: those who are doing it well and those who are doing it wrong.

And unfortunately, when it comes to small business owners and their cybersecurity needs, most of them fall into the latter category.

We want to change that with our cyber security service for small businesses. We provide cost-effective services like vulnerability management, threat intelligence, and risk management in order to ensure that your company is always protected from the latest threats without breaking the bank. And we do all this without sacrificing quality—our experts have been trained by some of the top minds in the field and are ready to help you become an expert yourself.


Everything we do is designed with YOU in mind: your budget, your schedule, your priorities. Just like you, we know how much work goes into running a small business—and that means our team will work hard so you don’t have to!

At FoxDos, we believe that small to medium sized companies need a way to protect themselves from cyber threats. We also believe that there’s a real need for more people with the skills to protect these companies from attacks.

As a result, we’ve made it our mission to help these companies develop strong cybersecurity teams and infrastructures while training college graduates in the skills they need to be effective in this field.

As part of this mission, we work with college graduates who are interested in gaining hands-on experience in cyber security. We pay for their tuition fees so they can focus on their professional growth, and we train them on various areas of cyber security so that they have the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in this industry. Our cost-effective solutions and technical expertise (such as pen testing, cyber security maturity model, forensics, and Identity access management) allow us to serve an important role in helping companies mitigate the growing threat of security vulnerabilities.


Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting digital information from theft, damage or unauthorized access. The field is growing in importance as more companies, people and devices connect to the internet.

Technology has made our lives better in countless ways, but it also brings new challenges and risks. Cybersecurity helps ensure that technology works for us, not against us.

Cybersecurity is a broad term that encompasses many aspects of protecting computers and other devices from malicious attacks, such as viruses and malware. It also includes protecting data from being stolen or altered by unauthorized users.


Cloud security is a complex topic. As with any technology, there are both benefits and risks. The benefits of cloud computing include greater flexibility, scalability, and cost savings. But there are also concerns about privacy, compliance, and security.

Cloud servers are physically located in data centers owned by third parties — not in your own building or office. This means that you don’t have direct control over the security of your data. If a hacker breaks into one of these data centers, all of your confidential information could be compromised.

Another serious concern is the security of the physical infrastructure at these data centers, which can be vulnerable to natural disasters like earthquakes or floods. When disaster strikes, it’s difficult to know what kind of damage has been done until you assess it firsthand; even then, it might take some time before you can react to the problem and resume operations.


Enterprise security is a broad category of products and services that protect an organization’s critical data, systems and networks. The term encompasses products that help secure an enterprise’s perimeter (such as firewalls and intrusion detection systems), as well as tools that protect information within the network (such as antivirus software).

Enterprise security helps protect your company’s reputation, brand value, finances and other assets from cyber attacks. It also ensures compliance with industry regulations such as PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard), which mandates security controls for merchants who accept payment cards.


Protect * Prevent * Proact