Find weaknesses in critical resources and improve your security baseline by simulating malicious attacks.
We take a hacker’s perspective on your infrastructure and simulate an attack on your IT systems to identify and validate vulnerabilities that may pose risks to your organization. By mimicking the tactics and techniques of real-world adversaries, we validate exploitable pathways, identify errors in programming, and diagnose logical flaws in the system architecture that attackers could use to gain access to your IT environment.
Why Perform Penetration Testing
Achieve Important Goals
Find and Fix Vulnerabilities
When performing penetration testing, we look at your organization from the viewpoint of a malicious actor, find exploitable vulnerabilities, and fix them before they are used by adversaries.
By imitating actions that adversaries would take to penetrate your IT infrastructure, we gain an accurate understanding of your security posture and verify how effectively your systems work.
Identify Gaps in Compliance
A successful perimeter breach during penetration testing can expose violations of policies and compliance measures on the part of security staff or other employees.
Penetration testing results from an independent third party help showcase security flaws to an organization's management and provide evidence-based reasons for increasing budgets or implementing new solutions.
Penetration testing allows you to assess how well the security team is prepared for cyberattacks as well as to measure their monitoring and incident handling capabilities.
What you can test
Penetration Testing Categories
Finds and exploits vulnerabilities in systems, services, and applications exposed to the internet
SMART CONTRACT AND BLOCKCHAIN SECURITY ASSESSMENT
Perform a security review of your blockchain ecosystem and detect vulnerabilities within smart contracts (re-entrancy vulnerabilities, transaction ordering/timestamp dependence issues, mishandled exceptions, DoS- and deadlock-related vulnerabilities)
Tests the security of deployed wireless solutions and all wireless devices
MANUAL INTERNAL TESTING
Searches for security weaknesses from the point of view of an attacker who has gained access to an end user's system
WEB APPLICATION TESTING
Complex and detailed testing to discover security vulnerabilities in web-based applications
SOCIAL ENGINEERING TESTING
Uses social engineering methods and test phishing campaigns to attempt to obtain sensitive information from employees
AUTOMATED INTERNAL TESTING (AVAILABLE AS CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT)
Tests your entire infrastructure daily, weekly, monthly, or at
any other interval, trying every possible attack vector based
on automated discovery of vulnerabilities and performance of ethical exploits while ensuring undisrupted network operation
MOBILE APPLICATION TESTING
Analyzes the behavior of mobile applications (iOS and Android) in a dedicated isolated sandbox environment
Reveals security vulnerabilities in API functions, how APIs could be abused, and how authorization and authentication could be bypassed
How you can test
Choose the Type of Pentesting That Best Suits Your Goals
The penetration tester has no internal knowledge of the target systems,theirarchitecture,ortheir source code. Taking an average hacker'sperspective,thetestertries to identify and exploit vulnerabilities from outside the network.
We take a hacker’s perspective on your infrastructure and simulate an attack on your IT systems to identify and validate vulnerabilities that may pose risks to your organization.
By mimicking the tactics and techniques of real-world adversaries, we validate exploitable pathways, identify errors in programming, and diagnose logical flaws in the system architecture that attackers could use to gain access to your IT environment.
the customer's team has full information about the time and plan for the test
the customer's team has some general or partial information about the test
the customer's team is not informed about when and how testing will be conducted
How You Can Test
Choose the Type of Penetration Testing That Best Suits Your Goals
Before performing penetration tests, we agree on how much the customer will know about the scope of testing and the testing plan by deciding on one of three testing types:
∞ Visible – the customer's team has full information about the time and plan for the test.
∞ Implicit– the customer's team has some general or partial information about the test.
∞ Blind/Red teaming – the customer's team is not informed about when and how testing will be conducted.
ISSP Penetration Testing Methodology
What You Get in the Report
Your penetration testing report will contain:
An Executive Summary for key decision-makers with no technical background, containing high-level results and what needs to be fixed immediately
A Technical Summary with specific findings
A description of successful attack vectors, demonstrating what vulnerabilities were exploited (and how) to penetrate the infrastructure
Recommendations for remediation and risk management
When you need penetration testing
You had a breach, recovered, and now want to outline other possible attack scenarios
You are about to release a major upgrade to your web app or you have developed your first mobile app and are about to launch it on the App Store or Google Play Store
Your IT infrastructure was heavily rebuilt after you switched to working from home and needs to be assessed
To win a deal, your client/partner/investor demands that you demonstrate cybersecurity compliance
A regulator requests that you regularly perform pentesting
Your most recent pentests were all delivered by your current service provider, so it’s a good time to change the attacker’s view and double-check previous results
You want to start taking care of cybersecurity, and pentesting is an easy way to start