Penetration Security Services
Securing online assets and supporting regulatory compliance by exposing the vulnerabilities on the network
Some Of The Penetration Testing Services That We Can Provide For You Include:
- Application Vulnerabilities
- Authentication Testing
- Authorization Testing
- Code Testing
- Configuration Management Testing
- Data Validation Testing
- Denial of Service Testing
- Encoders / Decoders
- HTTP Traffic Monitoring
- Information Gathering
- Patch Currency
- Session Management Testing
- Web Services Testing
- Web Testing and Frameworks
Determining what you need from a penetration test can be problematic. We can help you to:
- Determine the depth and breadth of coverage of the test
- Identify what type of penetration test is required
- Manage the risks associated with potential system failure and exposure of sensitive data
- Agree the targets and frequency of tests
Advise on remediation of the vulnerabilities so your systems will then be more ‘secure’.
Penetration testing involves the use of a variety of manual and automated techniques to simulate an attack on an organisation’s information security arrangements. It should be conducted by a qualified and independent penetration testing expert, sometimes referred to as an ethical security tester. Penetration testing looks to exploit known vulnerabilities but should also use the expertise of the tester to identify specific weaknesses – unknown vulnerabilities – in an organisation’s security arrangements.
The penetration testing process involves an active analysis of the target system for any potential vulnerabilities that could result from poor or improper system configuration, both known and unknown hardware or software flaws, and
operational weaknesses in process or technical countermeasures. This analysis is typically carried out from the position of a potential attacker and can involve active exploitation of security vulnerabilities.
A Penetration Test is typically an assessment of IT infrastructure, networks and business applications to identify attack vectors, vulnerabilities and control weaknesses. The two most common forms of penetration testing are:
Application penetration testing (typically web applications), which finds technical vulnerabilities
Infrastructure penetration testing, which examines servers, firewalls and other hardware for security vulnerabilities.
- Other forms of penetration testing are also popular, which include:
- Mobile application penetration testing
- Client server (or legacy) application penetration testing
- Device penetration testing, (including workstations, laptops and consumer devices (eg. tablets and smartphones)
- Wireless penetration testing
- Telephony or VoIP penetration testing.
The penetration testing process typically includes:
- conducting research;
- identifying vulnerabilities;
- exploiting weaknesses;
- reporting findings;
- and remediating issues.